i'm new in linux, when I used to have windows 10, I had an app named Clover which I could go to the previous directory just by double clicking in an empty space. I wander is there any way to do that in ubuntu too? if yes, I will appreciate if you tell how to do that.
I don't see Navigation section on my Keyboard Shortcuts, weird, we're both on Core. Maybe you're using a different settings software, in fact the layout I see on your screenshot is different from mine. Not a problem though, sometimes I use only ctrl + c to copy text, ctrl + v to paste text and Windows logo + tab to switch my opened software.
Wow, exactly the same feature, now Kamisema only has to replace Nautilus with Nemo, if wishes.
Yes, you're right, I was watching on the wrong place , I was on Settings > Keyboard Shortcuts and I forgot that I can see Nautilus custom ones from there . It's an uncomfortable keyboard shortcut though, because while using a hand on the mouse to click, drag and select with the other hand we can't hold alt and ←, both keys are too far to each other for a 2-hands easy browsing. For example to use the 3 keyboard shortcuts I mentioned previously I can with one hand while keeping the other on the mouse.
After installing Nemo I think you can uninstall Nautilus as Nemo is a file manager, like Nautilus, so you have 2 software that do the same thing, not so useful. Unless for testing or trying to make a choice of which one to keep.