Open Command Prompt Here 1.0
Launch the Command Prompt with or without administrative rights directly at any folder from Windows Explorer.
Open Command Prompt Here is a free shell extension to the right click menu of Windows Explorer utility that allows to launch the Command Prompt with or without administrative rights directly at any folder.
This free shell extension, adds a menu item to the right click context menu of Windows Explorer, that if selected opens the Command Prompt at the current folder.
The user is asked if the Command Prompt should open with administrative rights.
Both Windows 32bit and Windows 64bit are supported.
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