cmd- change to another drive? in command prompt

you want to change int othe E: drive at command prompt?
type the below at the C:> prompt:
E:
That’s all!
When in windows, you want to open the drive in explorer, type the same as above into the “Run” box or
 address bar.
  • dir – This command will list all of the folders and files in the directory you are currently at.
  • cd folder – This command will move you to the folder that you specify. The folder must be in the directory you are currently in. For example: If you are currently at C:Usersusername and you enter cd desktop you will be taken to C:UsersusernameDesktop
  • cd path – This command will take you to a specific path on your computer. You do not need to be in the same directory as the path. You must enter the entire path for it to work. For example: cd C:WindowsSystem32
  • cd .. – This command will move you up one directory from your current location. For example: If you are currently at C:Usersusername and you enter cd .. you will be taken to C:Users
  • cd – This command will take you to the root directory, regardless of your location. For example: If you are currently at C:Usersusername and you enter cd you will be taken to C:
  • driveletter: – This command will take you to the drive letter that you specify. The drive you specify will need to be active, or have a disc in it if it a CDDVD drive. For example, if you want to switch to your D drive, you would enter the command D:
  • exit – This command will exit the Command Prompt, no matter your current location.

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