How to open command prompt in windows 10?
Command prompt is the straight way to reach out to applications and folders as you can access them by just following the path and while seeking, if you are confused about exact location then you can also see the list of applications and folders by using specific commands. Specifically command prompt gives you a feel as you are working on a linux machine but keeping a track of location will simply help you to enter and redirect. There are different options to open command prompt in windows 10, here we will be discussing the number of options to access command prompt in the window operating system.
Option 1: Search it in search menu.
Here if you type like this, then you will be able to view the same suggestion as on top you will get Command Prompt. On clicking command prompt you will get access to it , a black window will open in which you can use it to open application and access folder as well.
Option 2: Open it using run window.
Here when you press Windows + R, you will get a run window or you can search the run in the search bar and then open it. Type “cmd” in the space and press enter or click OK , it will redirect you to the command prompt window just like in the above image. This will gives you the access of whole operating system as you can access each and every folder and application using command prompt.
Option 3:Open it using Windows Explorer.
Here you can easily access the command prompt , as you can redirect yourself by again using run window. Pressing Windows + R will open a run window which you have to type shell:Appsfolder and click OK or press enter , it will redirect you to the applications folder where you can access all the applications including command prompt.
You can also create shortcut of command prompt on the desktop by simply right click on the command prompt icon and send it to desktop(As shortcut).
Option 4: Open it in the windows menu.
Here you can find the command prompt under the windows system in the windows menu, in the list of all programs you go to the windows system>command prompt.