Here is a short-cut that helps to solve a technical problem I have had for years.
There is no easy way to quickly create multiple folders. Using the mouse requires a click on the New sub-menu and then selecting Folder from a long list of possibilities. If you need to create multiple folders, it’s too slow.
Since the ’80s, the quickest way to make a folder utilizes the MD command.
But the MD command requires the command prompt. Before this short-cut, getting to the command prompt in a deep folder required a lot of typing.
1 – go to the command prompt
2 – change to the desired drive
3 – CD to the correct folder
In Vista, a new Shift-Right-Click item has been added to Explorer. From any folder a shift-right-click will give the option to open a command prompt in the current folder.