In Windows Explorer (Windows 10), I can type into the search box at the top right to filter the files that are shown. Normally I can clear a search by pressing the little 'x' at the right of the search box, or by deleting the text in the search box.
Supposing that I press the 'up' arrow to navigate to the folder above (while a search is active), then I can't find a way to then cancel the search, aside from completely re-typing the folder path into the address bar.
The 'Close Search' ribbon button doesn't seem to cancel the search nor return me to the unfiltered folder view that I'm after.
Is there a way to cancel the search in Windows Explorer having already clicked the 'up' arrow to navigate to the folder above?