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Assume I'm in:

$ pwd
/home/foo

Now I want to open up this /home/foo in Windows 10's file explorer. How do I do this?

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    What is the answer to this question? – rolls Jul 11 '17 at 5:48
  • @zielot's answer works. Thank you for reminding me, over a year late! – Bjorn Jul 11 '17 at 6:07
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$ start .

the "start" command is a little like xdg-open for the Windows desktop (I believe even Windows 98 had the start command). If you are not working within an overlay that re-writes all of the directories to something like /c/Program\ Files/ then you can also pass directories and files to the command as well.

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  • Thank you. I will test this once I am home and report back if it works! – Bjorn Feb 18 '16 at 21:24

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