I love Far Manager. However, it has a feature to quickly go to the root directory of a drive with Ctrl+\. I do sometimes need and use this feature, but more frequently I use Ctrl+↵ to quickly insert the file name under the cursor into the command line. As it so happens, the ↵ key is located dangerously close to \ which is why I sometimes erroneously go the root directory (which then is doubly unfortunate since I originally wanted to work with a file in the directory I was in).
Now I could probably just redefine Ctrl+\ to do nothing, although I still sometimes need that (can be replicated with a quick
cd\, though). But Windows Explorer, in the wake of the WWW, provided us with a handy directory history and two separate ways of navigating backwards: backwards through the history and backwards through the hierarchy.
Is there something quick and easy to get back to the folder I were in? This is less of an issue in
C:\Users\Me (still nagging) but more so in deeper hierarchies.