FIX: Command Prompt missing from Start menu in Windows 10 Creators Update

The problem: After upgrading your system with Windows 10 Creators Update, Command Prompt & Command Prompt (Admin) options are missing from the right-click menu at Start menu image_thumb[2][4] button. 

One of the changes in the Windows 10 creators update, is that the Command Prompt & Command Prompt (Admin) options have been replaced with the Windows PowerShell & Windows PowerShell (Admin) options when you right-click at the Start menu.

Command Prompt missing from Start menu      Command Prompt missing from Start menu Windows 10 creators update

This tutorial contains instructions to re-enable the Command Prompt & Command Prompt (Admin) options instead of Windows PowerShell & Windows PowerShell (Admin) options in the Start menu (Right-click).

How to Get back Command Prompt shortcut in Windows 10 Creators Start menu.

To re-enable the Command Prompt options in Start image_thumb[2][4] – right-click menu:

1. Go Start > Settings image > Personalization

 

Windows 10 personalization

 

2. Select Taskbar from the left and then turn Off the “Replace Command Prompt with Windows PowerShell in the menu when I right-click the start button or press Windows key+X”.

replace command prompt with powershell

 

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