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    My goto right click on start button (or Win+X) , used to have Command Prompt and Command Prompt (Admin).. after installing the Creators update, this changed to Powershell.

    It's impossible for me to understand how/why MS would change something like that.

    Anyone know how to modify the (or Win+X) menu?
    05-31-2017 09:00 AM
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    My goto right click on start button (or Win+X) , used to have Command Prompt and Command Prompt (Admin).. after installing the Creators upda<script id="gpt-impl-0.39678941799017325" src="https://securepubads.g.doubleclick.net/gpt/pubads_impl_119.js"></script>te, this changed to Powershell.

    It's impossible for me to understand how/why MS would change something like that.

    Anyone know how to modify the (or Win+X) menu?
    It's very simple to restore Command Prompt back to right click Start Menu :

    Settings > Personalization > left side, select Taskbar > right side, scroll to " Replace Command Prompt with....." > turn it OFF.

    command-prompt-replace.jpg

    Command Prompt restored :

    command-prompt-right-click-start-menu.jpg
    05-31-2017 09:17 AM

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