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Usually, a dos-shell starts in C: With this program, you can start it from the context-menu wherever you want. 13.07.2003
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{{DISPLAYTITLE:Shortcut to Dos-Shell}}
  
After installing, click right on a folder in the Windows-Explorer, and you have an entry in your context menu to get a dos-shell in this directory. Attention: This software manipulates the registry. Only use it if you know what you do.
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<pic src="http://www.staerk.de/thorsten/images/6/60/Snapshot-dospath.png" width="30%" caption="A context menu displaying 'Dos-Shell' in Windows 2008." />
&rarr; [http://www.staerk.de/vokabeltrainer/dospath-xp-1.0.zip download it here]
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Usually, a dos-shell starts in C: With this program, you can start it from the context-menu wherever you want.
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After installing, click right on a folder in the Windows-Explorer, and you have an entry in your context menu to get a dos-shell in this directory.
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This software manipulates the registry. It has been tested with Windows 2003 and 2008.
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&rarr; [https://github.com/tstaerk/dospath/archive/master.zip download it here]
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This software was written on 13.07.2003 by Thorsten Stärk

Latest revision as of 17:10, 22 February 2020


A context menu displaying 'Dos-Shell' in Windows 2008.

Usually, a dos-shell starts in C: With this program, you can start it from the context-menu wherever you want.

After installing, click right on a folder in the Windows-Explorer, and you have an entry in your context menu to get a dos-shell in this directory. This software manipulates the registry. It has been tested with Windows 2003 and 2008.

download it here

This software was written on 13.07.2003 by Thorsten Stärk