Thursday, June 14, 2007

who knew?

I don't have to use the command line that much in Windows, but I have been known to use some batch and kixtart scripting from time to time. What I wasn't aware of, though, was the SUBST command. It gives you a nice way to map a deep folder on your PC as its own drive letter. There is a catch, but it's still handy if you refer to a folder from the command line a lot. If you're a mouse junky, it's ok, but you could just make a shortcut to the folder.

Lifehacker: Give a folder its very own drive letter


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