It is possible to customize the navigation bar in Windows Explorer. Simply explore the customized settings found under the drop down Tool bar. There one can remove or add different menu functions.
it's just a default posses from the program in windows or mac.
They are the arrow keys .
I would not have a clue
Most likely it is called the "navigation bar."
In windows the task bar is the bar on the bottom of your computer with the start menu on it
1. Windows Control 2. Quick Access Toolbar 3. Status Bar 4. Title Bar 5. Navigation Pane 6. Object Pane 7. Ribbon
Customize the shortcut bar for quick access to the features and functionality you use most often. The McAfee ePO interface uses menu-based navigation
A positive of a nav bar is to navagite uses back and forth
# Go to the Account Summary page. # On the navigation bar, click Settings. # Under Common tasks, click Close your account. # Verify that the correct Windows Live ID appears, type your password, and then click Yes.