Open Command Prompt From a Specific Folder in Windows 7
Edited by Lukward Thomason, Crystal, Eng
Hi, you're watching VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to open Command Prompt from a specific folder on Windows 7 computers.
Let's open the Command Prompt from the Run window
To open the Run window, we need to press the Windows key + "R".
Then, write "cmd" and hit "Enter"
A new window will open.
In here, we can see that the Command Prompt is not setting a specific location
It's just a general location on the C disk.
If we want to open Command Prompt from a specific folder, we need to first open the folder
In this example, we will open "My Computer" and select "VisiHow (H:)".
Then, we need to press and hold "Shift" on the keyboard and then right-click on an empty space
From there, choose "Open command window here"
The location is now specified in the Command Prompt
This concludes the tutorial on how to open Command Prompt from a specific folder on Windows 7 computers
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Video: Open Command Prompt From a Specific Folder in Windows 7
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