How to Navigate

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How to Navigate

The terminal has been crafted with the capacity for quick browsing. In-other-words, you can type a shortened string into the command bar; the file or sub-directory name of the folder you are in is enough to browse. For instance, if we typed c:\macross\system\, that would take us to the systems directory. The problem is, to be able to navigation like this, requires that you know the complete file path. Another way to navigate would be to start from the root, c:\, and work towards that systems folder. You would type c:\, then macross, then systems, and we would be back in the same place. This works the same with files. In addition, if we were in the systems folder and we wanted to encrypt the win.ini file, all we would have to type is encrypt:win.ini into the command bar. It is unnecessary to type encrypt:c:\macross\system\win.ini