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Replace Windows explorer's address bar with Explorer Breadcrumbs

If you have seen Windows Vista's new way of navigating folders in explorer you will definitely agree that it's the best and quickest way to do it. Now you can have this same "breadcrumb" navigation in Windows XP with Explorer Breadcrumbs.

Explorer Breadcrumbs allows you to quickly see and navigate through the entire folder hierarchy without leaving the current window. It saves precious time navigating through folders and files. Besides it changes appearance along with Windows themes, blending perfectly with explorer. Explorer Breadcrumbs also acts as the address bar. When you click on any empty space in the bar, the breadcrumbs changes into an address bar. So you can completely do away with the default address bar of Windows Explorer.

Breadcrumb navigation

Explorer Breadcrumbs acting as address bar


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