Windows 10 finally adds a new Path editor

The Path environment variable is an important setting which has been around since the days of DOS, yet for some reason Windows has always made it awkward to view and edit. Fortunately that’s changed with Windows 10’s November update (1511), which finally offers an interface you might actually want to use. Access is still via the System Properties dialog: type path in the Search box, click "Edit the system environment variables", and click the "Environment Variables" button. But double-click "Path" and you’ll find the tiny fixed-width dialog has been replaced by a new Path editor. This splits your Path into… [Continue Reading]

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