A hidden functionality in Windows allows you to right click on a directory, and select “Command Prompt Here” from the menu.Here’s the registry hack to get this working. Make sure you back up your registry just in case. I’ll show you the step-by-step method, but you can skip down to the bottom for the alternate reg file.
Type regedit.exe into the Start\Run dialog, and then navigate to the following registry key:
Once you are at that key, right click and choose the New Key option:
Name the key “CommandPrompt” without the quotes and then double-click on the default value. Change the text to “Command Prompt Here” as seen here:
Right click on the new Command key and select New key, as you did before. Name the new key Command as well, and then double-click the default value of that key. Set the text of that key to this:
cmd.exe /k cd %1
You can see what it should look like here:
Now when you right click on the folder, you should see this dialog:
That will open up a prompt like this:
You can create a text file named anything.reg, and insert this text into it:
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
@=”cmd.exe /k cd %1″
Double click on that file, and the text will be entered into the registry, and you’ll have the same right click command prompt.