To what purpose ?
Dreamweaver has a file browser built in.
You don't say which version you are using, but assuming it is MX or 2004 MX, if you click on the Files tab on the right of the Dreamweaver program window then select the Site submenu it lists the files and folders in your web. Just below the web root folder in the same panel is an icon called Desktop with a + sign to the left of it. Click that + sign and you get the Windows explorer navigation system to navigate your PC.
If you mean you want to make a website that has text links over the top of the pages that read along the lines of:
Home >> Subcategory1 >> Article1
you can do this by clicking on the Code tab on the left of your Dreamweaver panel group, click on the Code tab in that window, scroll down the navigation and expand the folder by clicking the + sign, then double click either of the Breadcrumb entries in that folder to drop them into your web page. Amend the links to point to your pages and there you go.