I don't know but I don't think Middle-click (in white area in Explorer) => "Go to parent folder" is a native Explorer shortcut hotkey in Win 7 - but my Explorer has it. I don't like it; Double-left-click is already giving the exact same effect. I #feel# certain Microsoft did not give me two almost identical accelerator keys for the same feature, so I #guess# the hotkey must have come from some program I have been trialing but now have removed; I have searched all installed programs to look for hotkey settings.
So my question is, how can I now remove this unwanted feature? I wanted to test Folder Menu 3 that uses Middle-click in Explorer (and on the desktop) to open its menu, but it would only seldom do so, most of the time Explorer would jump to the mother-folder instead. I was of course hoping FM3 would override Explorer, but that only happened a few times.
On the Internet I have found several articles on how to change keyboard shortcuts, but I have not found any relevant article regarding the mouse's wheel. So I need to ask you guys:
How to remove middle-click hotkey from Explorer?
64-bit Windows 7 Home Premium DESKTOP. Simple mouse, left-middle-right; no extra buttons.