As a Windows beginner, some of you are not familiar with the rules of the address bar, here are a few answers and small examples of how you can use or enter folder / directory paths in the individual Explorer views.
The instruction for address bar path rules is not an example Windows 7 and 10, This screenshot has been snipped created under Windows 7, however, you can use this solution for earlier versions of Microsoft's Windows operating systems, whether it's a personal Windows desktop Computer, tablet-PC, Surface Pro / Go, or even a server operating system. It has been tested on all and successfully verified.
4.) Back via the address bar in the Explorer history!
You can also see the current path in the address bar in the classic address bar, which you can see in every Explorer folder that shows 4 explorers, but do a right click on the arrow button in the navigation area
Here it is practical to jump backwards and forwards (forwards and backwards) directly in the course of the history using the forwards and backwards buttons in the address bar of the file explorer. So you click on the arrow button with the right mouse button and then simply select the folder in the menu to which you want to switch in the course!
Each Explorer has its own history and navigation interface, which greatly shortens the mouse path and saves time!
(Image-2) In the address bar back in the Explorer views history!
5.) Use the directory structure in the address bar!
Using the directory structure in the address bar is very popular and saves space on smaller screens, if you use 4 Explorer, you have the advantage of using the directory structure in the Explorer views without losing space and can also quickly benefit from the classic and modern address bar without familiar navigation via the Explorer directory structure!
(Image-3) Directory structure in the address bar is used by every Explorer!
If there are buttons in the address bar a directory structure, can you use them or use the navigation area in the address directly for example. Where are these Explorer options located?
backslash "\" in the Address-Bar at end of the Path String I allow myself a suggestion of improvement. When copying the path in the address bar, would it be possible to include at the end a backslash "\" ? Because when I save a file, I come in Q-Dir and copy the path and when I paste it in front of the name of the file to save, you must always add a \.
Ask for tips on how to use the address bar in Explorer, the address bar is used for several useful things that I would also like to test, you can see the path or the address of the current folder via the address bar, which is very practical, you can also in the address bar also navigate through the folder structure?
The path entry on the arrow button and the navigation area are good a menu opens, from the menu I can choose where you want to navigate regardless of whether computer, Windows 10 libraries or desktop, in this way I can switch from one place to another very quickly or using the buttons to navigate with the address bar is simply do not need a directory structure?
Navigating through the address bar to open a drive or folder or directly into the address bar tool bar when I enter a letter, the Explorer recognizes it and also displays the folder in a list similar to XP Explorer, I do not need any arrow keys or to Jumping the keyboard to the respective folder, the address bar is sufficient?
The back and forth buttons are practical, they are also convenient because they are part of all four address bars, so each file explorer has its own navigate back and forth across all buttons. The forward button can be clicked even if the file explorer in question does not is active, or press the back button in the address bar  to navigate back in the file explorer . It is also practical that I can right-click the small arrow button on the right forwards and backwards to jump several steps forward or backward in the process . So I click the arrow button and just select the folder I want to go to from the menu?
Find the classic address bar well the current path in the address bar is easy to see what I can see in each explorer folder that shows one of the 4 data carriers, so in a nutshell where exactly the folder is on one of the partitions is a good idea, but I click in a free area in the address bar, a large field appears in the address bar, what I did wrong in the address bar, can you also navigate through the address bar and not edit it?