In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Roy Schestowitz
>George Woodbine wrote:
>> Martin Underwood wrote:
>>> Still, I make my money by setting up computers the way they should be
>>> setup, undoing all Microsoft's strange defaults.
>> I truly don't know how anyone can navigate directories with anything
>> less than a tree view on the left and a detailed list on the right. All
>> this large folder malarkey without a tree just doesn't wash.
>What is strangest to me is that File Explorer in Windows 3.x worked this
>way. Why did that reach an end? KDE supports this excellent feature and
>also caters for a number of different 'view profiles'. Sometimes I think
>that file navigation is easier under Norton Commander than it is under
And easier still under ZTree.