Where is the “Move focus UP” function in W7? in Windows 7 Posted October 6, 2010 Hi Scott,When you traverse through a folder list, you can see the folder names appearing on the left side below the standard Window buttons(minimise, maximise and Close button). You always have the option of traversing to any folder by clicking on the folder name directly.Best Regards,ShubhaI’m a new user of Windows 7 Pro.In Windows XP I relied a lot on the upward pointing icon that’d move your focus up one level in the file directory structure. How do you move focus “up” one level in W7? The intuitive, user-friendly up-pointing icon in Win XP is gone in my installation of W7 Pro. Say for example you have separate folders for each country, each containing files called by a database, which amounts to around 200 folders, all sitting at the same level, several levels down in your file directory tree. You save a file in the Argentina folder, and then you want to move UP out of Argentina so you can next click into the Sweden folder.In Win XP there was an intuitive icon that took your focus up out of Argentina so you could next click into Sweden, fast, easy, & one-handed, with just 2 lightning fast mouse clicks. In Win 7 Pro how do you do that?I've already heard about the 2-handed exercise requiring the user to let go of the mouse, and type the name of the folder into the Win 7 search window, but that's a LOT more clumsy, slow and cumbersome than the simple, lightning-fast mouse clicks were in Win XP.I can't believe Microsoft would have subtracted that capability out of Win 7, to make Windows harder and slower for we users, so I'm sure it's simply something that's hidden in Win 7 that I haven't found yet as a new user of Win 7.Help appreciated. Thank you.