Here’s the basic set of commands you’ll need to survive the Windows Command Prompt.
Moving between directories
cd (change directory) command is used to move from one directory to another:
cd <Target directory>
Move to a directory called Python34:
Move to the root directory of the current drive (Win):
Move to the root directory of this drive (Linux/OSX):
cd / Move up one directory.
For example, from
Move from the current directory – for example
c:\Python34 – to the directory
To move from one drive to another, simply type the drive letter followed by a colon: