|When looking at the folders tree view in |
Windows Explorer, is there a way to expand a
whole directory tree? Clicking on the [+]
normally just expands to one subdirectory
level. I remember back in the days of Windows
3.1, you could press + to expand one level and
* to expand all the way down to see the
complete tree structure. This feature does not
seem to be available any more (so much for
progress.) Is there a way to get it back?
I ask because I have some deeply nested
directory structures and not enough hours in
the day to go clicking successive
subdirectories to find the one I want. I know I
can use the Search feature and include
subfolders, but that's not the same.