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Open a command prompt anywhere.

, 24 Jun 2011
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Here are a couple of other ways:Microsoft PowertoysSend to ToysManually add the context menuThrough batch fileThrough the RegistryAdd Command Prompt here Shortcut to Windows Explorer[^].
Here are a couple of other ways:
  • Microsoft Powertoys
  • Send to Toys
  • Manually add the context menu
  • Through batch file
  • Through the Registry
Add Command Prompt here Shortcut to Windows Explorer[^].

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