In the latest version of Windows, Command Prompt (CP) option was removed from context menu when users right-click on Windows button at the left-bottom corner. It is replace with Windows Powershell. This has led many to think they are the same program but they are not, actually. To prevent you guys making a mistake, in this post, I will guide how to find and open CP on the latest builds of all Windows versions, one by one.
Windows 8 or 8.1
Right-click on Microsoft-Start button then select Command Prompt (Admin).
Windows 7 or 10
Search for “cmd” then run Command Prompt (cmd) as administrator.
Note: To make sure that you do it exactly, please see the title of command prompt window.