I would like to be able to right-click on a .cmd file in win10 (or windows server 2019), choose
edit and have notepad++ open the file. I have a mixture of file types (as in 'nix text files) that are accessed this way in a windows interface, hence the use of notepad++. Life was simpler when I could just do the same with .cmd files, literally decades ago with another text editor. I've recently had a shift in my working environment, and find myself working in windows again.
So, please don't post an "answer" that I should just look further down the context menu for
Edit with Notepad++. Clearly I need to refresh my knowledge of the newish nooks and crannies buried in the registry (which have definitely changed since last I looked).