It's neither Windows version's "delete" key or Finder's command + [ so how do we go back?

It's obviously not command + shift + \, if you actually tried it on your keyboard. It will switch views.

And a "basic google search" mentioned by some junior graphic designer who doesn't know the differences between an art director and a creative director through a basic Google search, certainly can't answer this question.

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  • Questions about how to use the Adobe suite, particularly "Where is X command?" questions, are not on-topic for us. Please do a basic Google search or try SuperUser. – Lauren Ipsum Mar 19 '15 at 10:10
  • @Lauren Ipsum your comment is rather offensive. If a basic Google search can answer this question why would I ask? – Aero Windwalker Mar 19 '15 at 20:33

Probably you mean "Backspace" with "Delete"? Maybe it is: Command+Shift+\

Or you mean "go up" instead of "go back" then it is: Command+Up Arrow

Source: Creative Suite / Adobe Bridge keyboard shortcuts

Either way, I think this is not the place for this question.

  • Command+Shift+\ is go back in views, not go back in folder structure. – Aero Windwalker Mar 19 '15 at 20:31

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