I tried to run sfc /scannow. just found that to run in admin mode it seems to be in a different place (Windows 10, fully updated). Now in Windows Power Shell (admin) after pressing Windows key +x . Why do they not inform people, or have I missed it somewhere?
If you want CMD back in the context menu list on the start button then settings - personalisation - taskbar and switch off 'Replace Command Prompt with Windows Powershell in the menu when I right click start button'.
Thanks to you and FB. It just seems to have been under reported and the instructions in Google are out of date. I now have an icon in the task bar. What is the difference between Powershell and Command prompt, and why change it?
Thanks; an interesting read . It seems to be a powerful tool that is for the “techies “ among us. I shall try to learn more without throwing a spanner in the works of my PC. Until now I have only used it and Cmd to scan the system for errors.
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