In modern operating systems with a graphic interface to navigate to the desired folder is the default file manager program.To carry out this operation in a command line interface, very rarely, but some expertise in these cases does not require fairly simple rules of registration of only one DOS-command.
- of Windows.
Run terminal command line - Open the main menu of the operating system, start typing "com" and click the link "Command Prompt" in the search results.In earlier versions of the OS Windows - for example, Windows XP - click the shortcut Win + R, type cmd and press Enter.
If the desired folder is not available on the system drive, type the letter of the volume, put a colon and press Enter.Then you can recruit a team go to a particular folder drive.
Use the chdir command or a shortened version cd to move to the desired folder .The only mandatory parameter that must be specified with this command - the path to the folder from the root direct
ory of the disk.Enter it, separated from the command name by a space, and then press Enter.
The latest versions of Windows - Vista and Seven - have the opportunity to run a command line interface with the team already made the transition to the desired folder.To do this, use the file manager of the operating system - "Explorer".Go with it are interested in your directory, press the Shift key and click the folder icon, right-click.In the context menu item "Open Command Window", and the rest - the launch of the terminal and go to the folder - make OS.
«Explorer» Windows can use and work with the cd command to an already running emulator command line.First, type the command in the usual way and put a space.To avoid manually entered the address of the long folder, copy it into the address bar File Manager and switch to the terminal command line.In it the standard keyboard shortcuts Windows, including the designated copy and paste does not work, so open the context menu and select "Paste".After this will press the Enter key to perform the operation.
- opening the folder on the command line