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Why the Hell does clicking on cmd start windows settings

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Yes, self explanatory, but why.  I just reset my laptop to factory default and I was going to do the windows 9.5 thing, but clicking on cmd opens windows settings .

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2 minutes ago, Windows_69420 said:

Yes, self explanatory, but why.  I just reset my laptop to factory default and I was going to do the windows 9.5 thing, but clicking on cmd opens windows settings .

Right click on CMD and press Open File Location. Locate the Command Prompt shortcut, right click, properties, and let me know what the value of "Target" is set to.

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1 hour ago, Zalosath said:

Right click on CMD and press Open File Location. Locate the Command Prompt shortcut, right click, properties, and let me know what the value of "Target" is set to.

%windir% 

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1 minute ago, Windows_69420 said:

%windir% 

It tried to block me when I typed the rest, but That's the important part

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