Before Windows XP, My Documents was situated in the WINDOWS \ Desktop "folder".
In Windows XP, My Documents was no longer inside the WINDOWS \ Desktop "folder" even though it could be shown on the Desktop. It was relocated to be inside Documents & Settings \ (user name keyed in), and it took me a while to figure where it was located back then.
Now in Windows 7, My Documents has once again been relocated to be inside Users \ (user name keyed in). It can still be shown on the desktop and can also be shown in My Library.
My question isn't so much so about the My Documents folder but rather the My Libraries folder. Without the "up to higher-level directory" button (which was available in Windows XP), it's a rather difficult task to find the destination folder in which the My Libraries folder resides in. Does anyone know where it is located in?
On a sidenote, does anyone know how I can enable the "up to higher-level directory" button, which was available in Windows XP?