Is there a keyboard shortcut in Windows Explorer (Windows 7), to put the cursor into the address bar (where the current path is shown)?
Found it, it's possible with the following two shortcuts:
- Alt+D selects the current path in English versions (see comments for other languages)
- on Windows 8, Ctrl+L can also be used to select the current path (all languages)
- F4 will put the cursor at the end of the current path and expand the dropdown list of the address bar (all languages)
BTW: here's a complete list of keyboard shortcuts in windows 7: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Keyboard-shortcuts
If you're using non-English version, you can use AutoHotkey with this script:
#IfWinActive ahk_class CabinetWClass !d::ControlClick,ToolbarWindow322 return
I can't verify this myself at the moment since I'm using Mac OS X, but this webpage suggests that
Alt-D is what you're looking for (see section "Windows Explorer keyboard shortcuts").