How to add a context (aka right click) menu to the windows explorer that, when clicked, opens the git-bash console in the current explorer folder?
I had a similar issue and I did this.
Step 1 : Type "regedit" in start menu
Step 2 : Run the registry editor
Step 3 : Navigate to
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Classes\Directory\Background\shell. If you don’t have the
shell key, create one.
Step 4 : Right-click on "shell" and choose New > Key. name the Key "Bash"
Step 5 : Modify the value and set it to "open in Bash" This is the text that appears in the right click.
Step 6 : Create a new key under Bash and name it "command". Set the value of this key to your git-bash.exe path.
Close the registry editor.
You should now be able to see the option in right click menu in explorer
PS Git Bash by default picks up the current directory.
EDIT : If you want a one click approach, check Ozesh’s solution below
Answered By – Shaswat Rungta