Re: The '..' folder??
> I haven't seen the '..' folder since Windows 3.x
You must mean you haven't see it IN EXPLORER. It's still there in the
Command Prompt window - and still very useful.
But I really like the "bread-crumb" method of accessing upstream folders in
the path in Vista's Explorer.
R. C. White, CPA
San Marcos, TX
Microsoft Windows MVP
(Running Windows Mail 7.0 in Vista Ultimate x64)
"Jimmy Brush" <JimmyBrush@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> If you look at the top of the explorer window where the address bar used
> to be, you can click on any element in that path to go to that folder.
> For example, if it says:
> Computer -> Local Disk (C - > Windows -> System32
> You can click Windows to go up one level, or Local Disk (c to go up two
> Having said that, I haven't seen the '..' folder since Windows 3.x;
> however, I think there are 3rd party explorer replacements that offer this
> - JB