There are also the inferior types of file/path selector in Windows, which only shows the tree menu, however.
But the file saving dialogue in Linux also has no path bar for navigation.
In some occasions, the file name bar can be used to navigate to a path, but that is no replacement for the full path bar.
The file saving manager of Windows is also equipped with Windows Search (also offers search for file attributes and properties) and the full main Windows Explorer user interface.
Why not remove internet connection altogether then? Why does Linux connect to the Internet then?BUT LINUX IS NOT WINDOWS!!!
The file saving manager of Windows has a higher useability. Why should Linux not have some functionality from it then? Because Linux is not Windows?
Firefox is not Internet Explorer! Why has Mozilla implemented the URL bar then?!