Environment variables are collection of dynamic values which determine the behaviour of different running processes in an operating system. All modern days operating system have Environment Variables. These are part of the environment or the computer ecosystem in which all processes run. Each and every information like temporary files and cache files which run while a user has logged on to his computer are stored in the Environment variables. This tutorial will help you to create a shortcut for Environment Variables in Windows 10 so that you can view all the variables at one place. You must have administrator account in order to perform the following steps.
Steps to Create an Environment Variables Shortcut in Windows 10
1. Right click on an empty space in Desktop. Then go to New and select Shortcut.
2. In the address field, copy and paste the following command %windir%\System32\rundll32.exe sysdm.cpl,EditEnvironmentVariables Go to Next to continue.
3. Now type Environment Variables in the name field and click Finish.
4. Your shortcut is created.