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Date: 2013nov4 OS: Windows 7 and later Keywords: symlink, symlinks Q. How can I make a symbolic link on Windows (like the Linux ls -s) ? A. Use the /j option of the mklink command. For example:mklink /j c:\htdocs e:\htdocs - Put websites on drive e: mklink /j "c:\users\dave\My Videos\travel" e:\TravelVideosmklink /j "c:\users\dave\My Videos\arty" h:\ArtVideos - Split videos over two disksFinally (unlike shortcuts) this is totally transparent to programs. You can cd to the folder, etc.
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