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    Cannot find the option “Open Command Window Here” in the Context Menu of Windows 7

    I found that the option “Open Command Window Here” in the Context menu of my Windows 7 system. I need to get it back in my System. Please, anyone help me min solving the problem. Thank you for the solution.



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    Support Array
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    Re: Cannot find the option “Open Command Window Here” in the Context Menu of Windows 7

    Solution
    STEP 1: Click Start >> Run.
    STEP 2: Type “regedit”, hit Enter.
    STEP 3: “Registry Editor” opens.
    STEP 4: Go to the Key “HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Background\shell\cmd” .
    STEP 5: Double – Click on the “Extended” in the Right hand side.
    STEP 6: Delete it and it gets enabled.
    STEP 7: You can see the option in the Desktop Context Menu, your problem is solved.
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    Re: Cannot find the option “Open Command Window Here” in the Context Menu of Windows 7

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I found that the option “Open Command Window Here” in the Context menu of my Windows 7 system. I need to get it back in my System. Please, anyone help me min solving the problem. Thank you for the solution.
    HELLO DEAR,

    Dear if you want to have option “OPEN COMMAND WINDOW HERE” in the context menu of window 7.

    SO DEAR FOLLOW THE PROCEDURE:-

    >> Dear press window key + R from the keyboard of your computer.
    >> Dear run window opens on your computer screen you have to type “regedit” on the run window and after typping hit enter.
    >> Dear registry editor opens on your computer screen now go to the key “HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Background\shell\cmd” .
    >> Dear now click on “extended” in the right hand side of screen. Dear you have to delete it and dear it gets enabled.
    >> Now dear you have to close the registry editor and you now find the option in the desktop context menu.

    AND YOUR PROBLEM IS SOLVED.

    THANKS FOR VISITING.

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