Windows 10: "Up a folder" instead of "go to previous folder" ? Solved

  1.    04 Jul 2015 #1

    "Up a folder" instead of "go to previous folder" ?


    In Windows Explorer, when I press 'backspace', it goes to previous folder. Is there any way to map that to go up a folder instead ? Or is there another shortcut for "up a folder" ?
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       04 Jul 2015 #2

    Marron said: View Post
    In Windows Explorer, when I press 'backspace', it goes to previous folder. Is there any way to map that to go up a folder instead ? Or is there another shortcut for "up a folder" ?
    The arrow shown in screenshot takes you up one level. The keyboard shortcut for it is ALT + UP Arrow.

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