The Explore menu allows you to navigate through Registry and Repository content by using the metaphor of a hierarchy of file folders. The root folder, which is named root, contains all Registry content.
Click the Explore link.
Expand the folder root. This folder contains two subfolders: userData, where all user content is placed, and ClassificationSchemes.
Click a folder to view the registry objects of that type. Expand a node to view the object types at the next level.
When you have finished, click Hide Explorer to close the Explore menu and to clear the results area.
Click the ClassificationSchemes folder (not the node symbol).
All the ClassificationScheme objects appear in the Registry Objects area. Follow the instructions in Viewing Search Results to view the objects.
Expand the ClassificationSchemes node to open the ClassificationSchemes tree hierarchy in the menu area.
Click any file icon to view that classification scheme in the Registry Objects area.
Expand a classification scheme node to see the Concept folders beneath it.
Not all classification schemes have concepts that are viewable in the Explore menu.
Click a Concept folder to view that concept in the Registry Objects area.