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Right Click to Open a Folder in Command Prompt

If you need to open a command prompt to a folder, you can add a right click option explorer. This lets you quickly open a a command prompt in the folder you choose, having to avoid typing CD and the path to the folder.

  1. Start > Run > regedit
  2. Navigate to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Classes/Folder/Shell"
  3. Create new KEY called "Command Prompt"
  4. Change the default string to "Open in cmd"
  5. Create a new KEY called "command"
  6. Change the default string to "cmd.exe /k pushd %1"
You can change "Open in CMD" to anything you want to show up on the right click menu.

Now, when you right click on (not in) a folder in Explorer, a new option will be available to open the folder in command prompt.

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