You can easily populate the Quick Access Toolbar with your favorite commands
Now, you can add your favorite commands to the Quick Access Toolbar. To do so, just locate the command, right-click, and select the Add to Quick Access Toolbar from the context menu. As you can see in Figure D, I've right-clicked on the Move command on the Home tab and selected the Add to Quick Access Toolbar command.
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Sorry MSFT, but from a usability and layout perspective, Win XP Explorer/File Manager still rocks. I can easily change the sidebar, I do not have to puddle around with "Libraries" but instead with "real" folder. Using both Win XP and Win 7, I can't see much good in Explorer for 8 - or 7 for that matter. I guess the only area where 7 (and 8?) shines is how it scans and updates your network connected resources. That area is clearly better than XP.
I haven't read anywhere else that this button is back. We are just starting to get a larger percentage of Win 7 machines so I have just started running into not having this button. Bill
I've seen this mentioned incessantly by some. In Win 7 all you have to do is click on the desired folder (in the address bar) above the one you are currently viewing and voila, you are there. You can even move up several levels! W.T.F., people? It's not magic! Just look around.