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I'd rather be able to Shift + Right Click and open PowerShell in any directory I want to do this in. If the folder is open in Explorer, you can just type cmd where the file path is normally given and then press Enter to open a command window (i.e. not PowerShell) in that folder. The batch command to do what you are looking for would be e.g.: for /r . %a in (...


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The command I needed to run is as follows: dir -Filter *.png -Recurse | %{mogrify -format jpg $_.FullName} Executing this in the folder you want it to will mogrify all files in the current directory and in any directories in it. If you want to delete all of the PNGs that are left behind after, you should use... dir -Filter *.png -Recurse | del


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