Windows drives via the command prompt (CMD) go
In the Windows command prompt, navigate with the command "cd" through folders and directories. With individual drives, this will not work.
- Here you need to enter the respective drive letter, to change to the desired drive.
- With "D:" for example, go in the drive "D:" and "E:" in the drive "E:".
- The drive letter of your hard drives and USB Sticks you find out about the job. To do this, press the key combination [Ctrl] + [E] and browse to the desired drive.
With the Windows command prompt, you can much more to do: The most important CMD commands we have, therefore, on the next page, summarized for you.