ryan 8226 (7/28/2013)
I chose to use the newer PowerShell command "Set-Location c:" instead, which does the same thing.
By the way, cd is not a different, older command than Set-Location, it's an alias, so they're one in the same:
There are a bunch of built-in aliases in your default PowerShell session, cd being just one of many. Type alias at a PowerShell prompt to see them all:
You can also define new aliases of you own as well using New-Alias in case you are interested. Check the help for complete details:
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