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The reverse is true as well. Typing "explorer ." will open Explorer from the command line for the current directory you are in. That comes in useful on occasions.
The reverse is true as well. Typing "explorer ." will open Explorer from the command line for the current directory you are in. That comes in useful on occasions.

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