Re: Windows Explorer Cursor Keys
Yeah, I know exactly what you are talking about. In XP, you simply
click cursor up and instantly see the contents of the highlighted
folder. Now in Vista you have to press the SPACE bar after you press
the cursor key. I really hate that. Slows me down.
On Mar 29, 4:20 am, "Mike" <r...@togroup.com> wrote:
> How do I enable thecursorkeys in WindowsExplorerto automatically open
> the folder I have selected?
> I use a notebook computer and most times while navigatingexplorerI usecursorkeys. In the folders pane I can usecursorkeys to navigate, however
> to view the contents of the selected folder I have to hit enter or spacebar.
> If you don't understand what I'm saying, compare using the cursers keys in
> WindowsExplorerto using thecursorkeys in Registry Editor. I wantexplorerto work the same way as regedit.