In Vista, the search results which used to show "In Folder" as a straight
path string in earlier versions is now "last name first," if you will. It
gives only the last folder name, with the higher-level path in parentheses
behind it. This makes it impossible to sort by path.
e.g., the two places where start menu shortcuts are stored under WinXP are:
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu
C:\Documents and Settings\Loretta\Start Menu
I could sort all of the subfolders under my user logon together. Or look at
the nested folders in a directory tree "branch." (Remember directories?)
Now, with Vista I get this instead:
Start Menu (C:\Documents and Settings\All Users)
Start Menu (C:\Documents and Settings\Loretta)
Which of course sorts all last-level folder names alphabetically. This is
useless to me; if I knew what the folder name was, I would have just searched
for the folder name.
Is there a way to set Vista so that it will give a GOOD folder path?