I do a lot of file management with the Explorer and have come upon a behavior that is puzzling.
The first is when I have a folder or disk drive that I need to see what sub-folders are in/on the folder, I click on the small "arrowhead" to the left
of the item in the left window. And what happens? Windows expands that drive/folder and MOVES IT TO THE BOTTOM OF THE LEFT WINDOW
so that you can't see any of the sub-folders in the expanded folder! Logically, it seems to me that someone expanding a folder means he/she wants
to SEE the sub-folders, not have them hidden off the bottom of the window. I would like to see Explorer, upon expanding a folder in the left window,
expand the folder and move it to the TOP of the window so that one may see what sub-folders exist in the subject folde.
I have done extensive research on this "quirk" and have found no mentions of it and little if any Explorer bugs at all. I wanted to
see if anyone finds this annoying or is it just me. Has anyone seen anymention of thsi before?
Any comments you may havewould be appreciated.