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I am trying to add to my Windows 10 a new folder to my existing PATH system variable. But I'd like to add it as a nested variable. So what I did was:

  1. Create a variable for my folder as a system varaible: bla=c:\dev
  2. Added the folder I created as a param to my existing path: PATH={current path};%bla%

But, after restarting, when trying to use it the path didn't recognize the new variable. When I tried to view the PATH from command line I saw the varaible unrecognized. meaning when I typed: c:>set path

I got: {path};%bla%

What should I do in order to use variable as part of my path. Should it be located in another place and not a a system varaible?

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In order to run executables located in the folder "C:\dev" (if this is what you are trying to achieve if I unterstood right), you have to:

  1. Select the "Path" item in the list of system variables;
  2. Click "Edit..." below;
  3. Click "New" in the opened form;
  4. Type "C:\dev" (your folder);
  5. Confirm and closing the form clicking on "OK";

EDIT:

My bad, totally useless answer. I did not read the question carefully.

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  • Please read the question again carefully. Your answer does not answer the original question.
    – DavidPostill
    Oct 21, 2018 at 9:12

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