The Folder menu of AB Commander offers the following commands that you can use to navigate your computer:
Navigates to the folder selected in the active panel, or opens the currently selected file.
Note: You can also press the Enter key or double-click on the selected object to perform this command.
Navigates to the parent folder (one level up), if possible. This command is not available if the Desktop is the active folder (since the Desktop folder has no parent folder).
Navigates to the root folder of the current drive, if possible. For example, if the panel is displaying the contents of the folder C:\Program Files\WinAbility\AB Commander, then the Root command will cause the panel to display the root folder on the C: drive. The same result can be also achieved by using the Parent command several times in a row.
Navigates to the Desktop folder. The same result can be also achieved by using the Parent command several times in a row.
Navigates to the folder that is currently displayed in the passive panel.
Navigates to the folder that was previously displayed in the active panel.
Navigates to the next folder in the history list.
Displays the Favorite Folders list of AB Commander.
Displays the Most Recently Visited Folders (History) list for the active panel.
Displays the Go to Folder window that you can use to type in the path to the folder (or select one of the Windows "special" folders).
Lets you navigate to a folder by entering its path directly into the panel title.
Displays the Network menu.
If Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is installed, this command navigates to the root folder of the Linux file system. This command may not appear if WSL is not installed.
Exits AB Commander.