One thing you may notice about Windows 10 Creators Update is that the open command window here option in your context menu has been replaced with Powershell. You can do a lot more with Powershell than from cmd.exe but there are many commands which do not immediately translate and you may not want to take a bash at new things.
You can follow the instructions here to restore the option to your context menus, as with most things Windows the feature has not been lost but only hidden. It does involve rooting around in the registry please do back up before trying either of the methods here at Winareo. You will have your beloved cmd back and also retain the Powershell option in case you are feeling adventurous.
"Starting with Windows 10 build 14986, Microsoft enabled PowerShell by default in the context menu in File Explorer. The good old command "Open command window here" was removed. You can get the command prompt back in the context menu of File Explorer in Windows 10 Creators Update with a simple Registry tweak."
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