Total Commander Tip of the Day #2
Total Commander makes it very easy to quickly navigate folders.
Look at the screen for this area:
- \ or Ctrl+\ go back to the root folder
- .. or Ctrl+PgUp one level up
- * or Ctrl+D show favourites
- or Alt+Down show history
You can also go through the history (like a browser) using Alt+Left and Alt+Right. To select a specific folder you can either double click on it or select it (use single click or up/down keys) and use Enter.
Do the same on the top entry brings you one level up.
Using a tree
You can also use a folder tree structure in two different ways. One is to replace one pane with the tree using Show->Tree or Ctrl+F8. Use Ctrl+F2 to switch back to full view (See Show menu).
The other way is to add trees to the panes using Show->Separate Tree or Ctrl+Shift+F8 and cycle through none, one or two trees.