Using cd Command in Windows Command Line, Can't Navigate to D:\
Every time I want to change directory context to another drive (D, E, F, or whatever..) on a Windows command-prompt, I must use
"Drive letter":\ command to actually change it. If I try with "cd command" on
cd H:\ it just echo H:\ for me and do nothing:
Is there some reason for such a behavior? I mean, shoudn't
cd command work to do this? Why does't it?