Win2k / WinXP
If so, here is a solution for you. New-ext extends Windows Explorer context menu with a number of commands that create a directory based on a template you configure.
The new folder name is based on the template string and current date. For example, I find it useful to name my photo folders like "27.jun.2006", so my format string is "dd.MMM.yyyy". See format string for more detailed explanation of available options.
You may find new-ext useful even if you do not need to use current date as a part of the new folder name. Just put you favorite default new folder name in single qoutes as the format string.
new-ext directory creation new folder string context
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