There was an opportunity to tamper with the registry data in Windows 10, but there was something that&was sandwiched in the character string set in the key data, but what this intention is Are you there?


The following is the registry that launches the Git for Windows shell from the popup that appears when you right-click on a folder.


\ HKEY_CLASS_ROOT \ Directory \ shell \ git_shell
  Name: (normative)
  Type: REG_SZ
  Data: Git Ba&sh Here

In the above, the character string actually displayed in the popup isGit Bash Here, so&seems to work as a special symbol. I did not understand well. Please let me know if anyone knows.

  • Answer # 1

    The menu item "shortcut key".

    I think that Git for Windows is installed, but if you right-click with the folder selected in Explorer, a context menu will appear. "&s" is specified, so if you press the S key here, "Git Bash Here" will be selected and executed.

    Pressing the SHIFT and F10 keys will bring up a context menu similar to right-clicking the mouse. In this case, the "s" in "Git Bash Here" is underlined and displayed. . Refer to the figure below. Some of the other menu items are underlined, but the same is true.