The Bash feature is new addition in Windows 10. Microsoft has devoted itself in ameliorating PowerShell, Command Prompt, developer scenarios and several command line tools. Bash is one such tool that can run natively in Windows 10. Microsoft integrated support for Linux command-line tools which run directly on Windows in an environment that behaves like Linux. BASH is a very popular text-based shell and command-language which is also the default shell included within Ubuntu and other Linux distro’s, and in OSX. Users can type commands into a shell to execute scripts and run commands in order to perform several tasks. With BASH, users can run Bash scripts, Linux command-line tools like sed, awk, grep, and you can even try Linux-first tools like Ruby, Git, Python, etc. directly on Windows. The following tutorial will help you to add, remove Bash Window in Context Menu of Windows 10.
Steps to Add ‘Open Bash window here’ Context Menu in Windows 10
1. If you want to add “Open bash Window Here” to Context Menu in Windows 10, then download the zip file, save it on your desktop and extract it. Now double tap on the reg file and you will be prompted to Merge. Click on Merge and it will be done.
2. If you want to add Shift + Right Click “Open Bash window here” Context Menu, then download the zip file below and extract the registry file. Right click on the registry file and select Merge.
3. If you want to Remove the option from Context menu, download the zip file below. Remember this setting is the default setting.
Hey, is it possible to be able to run the bash as well in folders that contain spaces in the name?
Like “C:\Test Folder”?
Thanks for the easy to use registry files!