easy and fast, works on windows 7 and 8 ::
1 - install AutoHotkey
2 - use this script: pastebin.com/Qm6EdEXd
3 - done!, use Backspace key as milfs say
if you want to have the script (( .ahk file )) on a different folder than "My Documents" ::
1 - right click on desktop
2 - select New > Shortcut
3 - on "Destiny" field, set: "path/to/autokey.exe"
4 - on "execute" field, set to "minimized" then click "Accept"
5 - move shortcut to
Menu\Programs\Startup (( more details ))
now this will be automatically executed on each window start
debate bonus, as someone pointed in some place ::
Of course it is true that [Backspace] means "Back" in most web
browsers. But there is a significant difference: Your folder structure
is a hierachical structure whereas most websites are only to a certain
degree - they are more like a dialog system where "Back" and "Next"
make more sense.
Or let me put it as a question: What benefit would I gain from the
possibility to traverse the last 20 folders I visited? I sure can't
think of any... In the web, that's another thing.
yea, it is the @MrZoolook answer explained P: