Just read this article in " Makeuseof" Actually very cool!! Thought I'd share it
This happened after the fall update. It's not a big deal as I can still read it, but it's annoying.
I changed Command Prompt on my Taskbar so when I click on it, it opens as Administrator.
That sets the default directory as C:\WINDOWS\system32 which I don't like, since any files I create that do not have a path specified will be created there.
Guys, I'm going to try one last time.
The error code I received told to me to empty files and then "Run the command prompt as an administrator"??
Then, type wuauclt.exe/update now??......I don't know what run the command prompt means. I have no...
Show Command Prompt or PowerShell in Win+X Power User Tasks Menu in Windows 10
This tutorial will show you how to have either the Command Prompt or Windows PowerShell items show in your Win+X Power User Tasks menu in Windows 10