One cool tip that I ran across and thought I would share is the ability to open a CMD window in the current folder from Windows Explorer in Windows 10. You used to be able to use shift and right-click in Windows 7 but with that has been replaced in Windows 10 by PowerShell and the Linux shell if you have WSL installed. Even so, its still easy to open a CMD window in the current folder by simply navigating to the folder and then typing CMD in the Windows 10 Explorer’s address bar. Don’t know how I missed that but maybe some other people did too.
Thanks for the follow up tips. I use PowerShell quite a bit but I still have a number of batch files around. The thing I liked about this tips was that the commands are all in the current folder and there’s no need to use command line navigation to get there. :-)