Vista 'breadcrumbs' hide the gigacheesy-whatsit

Previous versions of Windows have required users to be familiar with the logical directory structure of their hard drive. Breadcrumbs mean this information is less important in Vista and can easily be hidden.

Previous versions of Windows have required users to be familiar with the logical directory structure of their hard drive. Breadcrumbs mean this information is less important in Vista and can easily be hidden.

We spoke to Microsoft Australia's Paul Randle for these tips and tricks.

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