Put command prompt selection on the right context menu

Put command prompt selection on the right context menu

Here’s a handy tip: if you want to be able to right click on any folder and open a command prompt in that folder, you can do it – with a simple registry edit. As always, be sure to back up the registry before you make changes to it. Then follow these steps:

  1. Open your favorite registry editor and navigate to this registry key: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT \ Directory \ shell
  2. Right click and select New, then Key
  3. Name the new key CommandPrompt
  4. Double click on (Default) in the right pane
  5. Change the data value to Command Prompt Here
  6. Right click the new Command key and select New | Key again
  7. Name the new key Command, too
  8. Double click (Default) again
  9. Change the data value of this one to: cmd.exe /k cd %1
  10. Close the registry editor Now when you right click a folder, you should see the selection "Command Prompt Here" in the menu.

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