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xirdneH_imiJ

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RE: IS there a way to remove Windows 7 ? (in reply to XXX

how the heck wouldnt it?
if you go on the folder and press space it tells you the total size, if you go into it it tells you how much space it holds and how many files there are in there, bottom of the page...
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XXX

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RE: IS there a way to remove Windows 7 ? (in reply to xirdneH_imiJ

awesome. I even find how i change the filesize so that it automaticallly appears in kb/mb when the size is low/large.
now... is there a directory up button? or a hotkey for it?
oh just fount it, its backspace (i think thats whats it called)

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Oct. 29 2011 10:54:49
 
xirdneH_imiJ

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RE: IS there a way to remove Windows 7 ? (in reply to XXX

right, i use control+page up for that...
the ... button will do the same, the \ will take you to the root of the disk...

i love it mostly because its incredibly efficient and customizable, i do basically everything in it...and it takes seconds to do stuff other take minutes with :)
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rogeliocan

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RE: IS there a way to remove Windows 7 ? (in reply to XXX

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they remover that "Up" button which lets you go one directory up.


If you want to go to the parent, grand-parent or any other directory in your current hierarchy path, just click on it in the field at the top of the window, to the left of the search box; each directory is separated by an arrow head triangle. It will bring your there one-click.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Oct. 29 2011 11:32:50
 
JieXian

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RE: IS there a way to remove Windows 7 ? (in reply to rogeliocan

Ya either click it to go exactly where you want or press backspace.

Going to try total commander out though

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Oct. 29 2011 14:30:37
 
XXX

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RE: IS there a way to remove Windows 7 ? (in reply to rogeliocan

You mean the address bar. Its not the same like an up button and not nearly as fast. YOu have to move the cursor exactly to the right path, going leftwards each time you move one directory up. Besides the up button lets you go "up" until the desktop. There it "ends". With Win7, lets say you are in a path on the partition C, it lets you go only to the parent "C", not further. Really, once you get used to that button it becomes really really annoying if its not there anymore!
XP rulz.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Oct. 29 2011 15:39:49
 
rogeliocan

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RE: IS there a way to remove Windows 7 ? (in reply to XXX

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Its not the same like an up button and not nearly as fast.


Well, no it's not the same but it's something similar. Like JieXian said you can also press the Backspace key followed by Return and itl will move you up the path.

Don't know why they change good things every time but you have to move with it, eventually, you get used to it.

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RE: IS there a way to remove Windows 7 ? (in reply to KMMI77

I think KMMI77 was spot on when he said
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And we Mac users just laugh and shake our heads


It's like Windows hasn't got past 1999.
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