Tuesday, March 13, 2012

"Command prompt here" for files and folders

If you want to invoke the command prompt in the current directory simply by right clicking a folder or file, there is a simple way to do so. Although Windows Vista and later allow this by holding SHIFT down and then right-clicking the folder, this will not work for files. Some users (like myself) prefer to have this option always be available for both folders and files without the need for pressing the SHIFT key.

To add this functionality, simply merge CommandPromptHere.reg into your Windows computer.

And that's it!

2 comments:

  1. it works fine thanks a lot

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  2. It works, but I need remember press shift key, I speek spanish and no understand very well all note, but works, thanks. I recomend use also/conbine with http://merill.net/2009/04/show-folder-tree-in-windows-7-explorer/

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