On Windows 7, when I use Windows Explorer (the "hard disk browser", not the website browser), I am constantly annoyed by a particular detail. I navigate to a directory in the left pane's tree view. When I select it, the right pane shows its contents. If I then double click on a subdirectory in the right pane, the tree view in the left pane stays where it is.
I would like it to change to the directory I just double cliked on in the right pane, like in Windows XP.
I understand perfectly that this is not a bug and that I should be also using the breadcrumb thing at the top, but I'd like to make Windows 7 behave like Windows XP because, well, at work I have Windows XP and will apparently have it until Hell freezes over (or in the case hell is cold, until it boils), and I already have to do way too much doublethink. My usage of Windows Explorer is based on thoughtless compulsion. My brain usually doesn't enter into it because of years of always training on the same interface.
Is there a way to configure Windows Explorer so that it behaves like in Windows XP?