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My XP method is to:Go to C:\WINDOWS\system32\Right click on cmd.exeSend to Desktop (shortcut)Right click on the Desktop shortcutClear the start in parameterOn the address line of any Explorer directory, start typing cmd and you will get a list of any icons on the Desktop starting...
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[^].
This hidden key-click combination adds the ability to open a command prompt window from a Windows Explorer view.
Good one. However typing CMD in the explorer address bar and pressing enter will also open up the command prompt inside the selected folder path as well. Hope this helps.
You could try http://win.code65536.com/[^]. The first link here is an 'open command prompt' (freeware).Unlike most, you can click on folder background to open it up to that directory.