HTGBack is, Backspace (Backspace) key to move to one free software on a single folder hierarchy. One of the biggest annoyances for those going straight from XP to Windows 7 is that the backspace key no longer moves you Up a folder like it used to-now it moves you Back in the folder browsing history.
If you've used the key a couple of times, you might think I'm wrong-but you can easily test it out by going into one subfolder, then hitting Back, then going into another subfolder and hitting Back, then going into a third subfolder and hitting Back twice. You'll end up in the previous subfolder.
If you want to go Up a folder in either Windows 7 or Vista, you can use the Alt+Up shortcut key, which will always go to the parent folder. By using this free software, Backspace (Backspace) by pressing one key you can move up one folder hierarchy. Explorer on Windows XP, so this had become the standard shortcut key assignments, you have become what it is not good news for free software.
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