Open the Windows Command Prompt window by following these steps:
a. Click Start
b. Type in the Search (or just start typing) CMD and press Enter.
You should now see the Windows Command Prompt window, a window with a black background and the so called prompt like C:\> (see 3.1). To be more precise: involing CMD (better known as CMD.exe) opened this Windows Command Prompt window.
But there is more: the commands you'll type at the prompt, will be interpreted by the same CMD.exe. So, remember CMD.exe as the Windows Command (line) Interpreter, as a type of Windows shell.
D:and press Enter. The result will be the prompt D:\> (only if you have a D: partition; otherwise skip this). Suppose the prompt is C:\Users\UserName>. Type at the prompt
CD ..('CD' space two dots) and press 'Enter'. The prompt will be changed into C:\Users>. Do this again and the prompt will be C:\>
CD testand press Enter. The prompt D:\test> will be displayed.
CD my Docand press Enter. You'll see the prompt D:\test\my Doc>
CD ..and press Enter. The prompt D:\test> appears again.