In Windows, use the start command followed by the path to File Explorer to open File Explorer from the Command Prompt. Here’s how to go about it:
Press the Windows key + R, type “cmd” in the Run dialog box, and hit Enter to launch Command Prompt.
Enter the following command after typing it:
This will launch File Explorer in its default mode, which is normally the Quick Access window.
If you wish to open File Explorer in a specific folder, add the path after the start command. To open File Explorer at the “Documents” folder, for example, type:
start explorer C:\Users\YourUsername\
Remember to substitute “YourUsername” for your actual username.