Hello, after applying various OS updates, I noticed a (minor but annoying) change for symbolic links in Windows 7. When traversing folders in the Navigation Pane (the tree view), now Windows Explorer jumps to their original path (like a normal link), instead of remaining in its current tree structure like before. It works correctly if you traverse simlinks in the folder view (right panel), instead. Junctions kept their previous behaviour for both methods. Why did MS even bothered to modify it for simlinks? If you have Windows 7 (up to date), can you please test this issue? If you can see hidden folders, the easiest way to do it is here: "C:\Users\All Users\" is a symlink. Nav Pane jumps to "C:\ProgramData" now. "C:\Users\All Users\Documents" is a junction. Nav Pane stays in the same tree.