After the update at December, 2017, it is no more possible to bring out “Open here Command Line” simply by
shift+right click in the Windows Explorer.
But if there is an update, there is always a registry fix… but it seems that more security concern is taken after this update, and a change of permission is required beforehand. Let’s take a look.
The key in registry is:
All the shells are listed under here:
I have installed Git GUI and Git Shell, so they are here too. And we see that Powershell can be shown as well.
cmd here should be something like:
We see that we have two keys here, which handle the visibility of the corresponding shell:
ShowBasedOnVelocityId. If we want to show the key, delete the “hide” key, and vice versa. Git shell and Powershell are alike. The value is the same:
639bc8 in hex, or,
6527944 in decimal.
Before that, we must change the permission in order to change/delete the