# Absolute paths

When typing absolute paths (e.g. C:\Program Files, or anything else starting with C:), I would expect Listary to give that result as the first result. However, it seems it just starts searching for the path now, usually the folder does not even show up when I enter a path.

Ideally I would see the following behaviour (Typed text -> top result):
C: -> C drive as folder
C:\Program Files\Git -> Git folder
C:\Program Files\Git\git-bash.exe -> git-bash.exe executable

In extension for relative paths; when I have C:\ open as folder, and I type:
Program Files\Git -> I would expect C:\Program Files\Git to be the top result

I would think it wouldn’t be too hard to check if a search term exists as a path on the OS?
9/10 times when entering an absolute path, I would expect the user to want to go to that path.

I agree that exact path matches should be ranked on top. I’ll add this to my to-do.