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Quick Tip 101: Command Prompt from the Vista Desktop Right-Click Menu

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If you don't already have a quick launch icon or a hotkey set to open a command prompt, there's really quick trick that you can do on any Windows Vista computer to open up a command prompt without having to navigate the menu.

Just hold down the Shift key and right-click on the desktop.

And then you can choose "Open Command Window Here" from the menu. The great thing about this is that the current path is the desktop, which is convenient for manipulating files on the desktop.

Of course you can always right-click on any folder icon in the system while holding down the shift key:

Or inside any folder:

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iCalvyn.com said...
January 25, 2009 at 10:22 AM  

this is a very good tips, easy a lot while come to troubleshooting

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