> Did you reboot your machine after editing autoexec.bat file? Changes will
> not be in effect until you do.
But you can execute a PATH command from the command line with the whole
path statement you desire. DOSKEY is an excellent utility to have in effect
while doing this as you can cursor up to a previous statement, edit it, and
Similarly, you don't have to reboot the computer to get AUTOEXEC.BAT path
changes implemented; just invoke it from the command line.
However, once you have completed all the testing and fine tuning of your path,
it doesn't hurt to do a reboot, because there may be some things your
AUTOEXEC calls for that need a fresh boot.
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