You don’t have to laboriously type in path in the command prompt. You can also easily copy the information.
Drag paths into the command prompt
If you have to enter the path to a specific folder for a command in the command prompt or in the Windows Powershell, then you do not need to laboriously enter it. You can also easily copy the information.
You can transfer paths to Powershell or the command prompt using drag & drop. In the command line, copying works via the context menu.
To do this, open the folder in Explorer and click on its name in the address bar with the left mouse button. Then hold the mouse button down and drag and drop the folder name into the command prompt or Powershell. Alternatively, you can click the name with the right mouse button, go to “Copy address” and then right-click on “Paste” to paste the path into the command prompt. Unfortunately, that doesn’t work with Powershell.
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