Like this but for Windows. Preferably from Cygwin, and with relative paths

$ open ./

To launch the current directory:

From cmd.exe, you can just type start . to launch Explorer.

If you use PowerShell, you can use invoke-item . or the alias ii .

You can replace "." with any directory path.

  • 2
    explorer . would be the explicit variant
    – Joey
    Apr 23 '10 at 14:33
  • 1
    explorer /e,. if you want the tree on the left.
    – afrazier
    Apr 23 '10 at 14:50

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