|18 Nov 2010||#1|
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Folder navigation, restore to xp style?
I'm new to the forum and I would like to seek everyone's help.
In Windows xp, when you're in a folder, you simple type a letter and the system will jump to the first file/sub-folder beginning with that letter, starting with sub-folders first.
But now in 7, typing a letter takes me to a search window at the upper left corner and the folder gives me a view of all the sub-folders/files beginning with that letter.
I found this to be extremely irritating, because in xp this function will show sub-folders first and I use this function knowing full well that it will immediately take me to the sub-folder I wanted. Now with this new behaviour I can't.
Is there some way to go back to the xp behaviour?
Thank you all in advance.
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