I have a folder called
C:\bin\ that I like to keep a lot of scripts and bat files in. One of those files is
cmder.bat, which just opens cmder.exe in it's installation folder:
@echo off start C:\Users\<Username>\cmder\cmder.lnk
C:\bin is the second item in my PATH variable.
I like to start cmder by hitting winkey + R and typing in
cmder, and until recently it would open cmder for me.
For whatever reason, typing
cmder into the Run dialog now opens cmder's installation folder under
C:\Users\<Username>\cmder in Windows Explorer.
Also, if I type
cmder from cmd or powershell, it opens the program correctly and not the folder. It's only the Run dialog that opens the folder.
I have other programs that I like to start this way, and those still work without opening any folders or anything.
I have even duplicated the setup on another Win 10 machine, and
cmder in Run works as intended.
Does anyone know what changed or where I can look to get this back to the way it was?