If I open certain folders (seems to be User folder and any default folder inside it) in any way but manually navigating from C:\ (quick access, shortcut, etc), clicking on the address bar of the explorer window gives me an amazingly useful address:
As it's missing the
C:\Users\Username\ prefix, I can't manipulate the address at all. If I want to navigate to
C:\Users\Username\FolderX, I can't swap "Downloads" for "FolderX" in the address bar because the full path isn't there -- typing in "FolderX" takes me nowhere. Typing
..\ to get to the parent directory takes me to
This PC instead of Users. I have to manually type out the full path in order to do anything.
I've tried Enabling "Display the full path in the title bar" in Folder Options>View, but that (unsurprisingly) doesn't change the text of the address bar when focused -- only the title. Is there any way to force the address bar to show the full path when focused? Preferably without adding the full path to the title bar, if possible.