Small Business Tech Tip: Go Up a Folder in Windows Explorer

While I tend to really like the look and feel of Vista, one thing that is definitely missing for me is the "Up" navigation button in Windows Explorer
A little bummed, I searched on the Internet and I found that the
functionality is still there through a keyboard combination of "Alt" +
"Up Arrow".  Now when I need to get back to the main or parent folder
of a file or folder that I am browsing, I simply press Alt + Up Arrow. 
It is especially helpful to me when I am saving stuff in Vista and I
don't like the predetermined folder that Vista suggests.  A few clicks
of Alt + Up Arrow and I am taken back to a main folder or all the way
back to My Computer.

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