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PostSubject: Starting the Explorer from the Current DOS Directory   Starting the Explorer from the Current DOS Directory EmptyMon Feb 16, 2009 3:45 pm

To start Explorer from whatever subdirectory you are in when
shelled out in DOS: Type "Start .\"



The Explorer will start in that very same directory


"Start ..\" will start the Explorer one directory
above the current one.



"Start \" will start the Explorer at the root of
the drive.
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