This article was previously published under Q98578
To make the title bar caption of the Windows NT command prompt displaythe current directory path, do the following:
Create a file somewhere in your Windows NT path that contains the following line:
The name of this file should have a .CMD extension.
Run Doskey with the following parameters:
doskey cd=cd $*$T<name of the file you just created>
Whenever you subsequently use the CD command to change directories,the current directory will be displayed in the title bar of thecommand prompt.
Note: If you use the CD command without a space, Doskey cannot trapthe command and change the title bar. For example, if you use thefollowing command, the title bar will not display the currentdirectory path: