As the question states, I'm using Ubuntu on Windows 10. Every time I have to work on a homework problem and have to open Ubuntu, I have to navigate to the file path which is tedious.

Is there any way to right-click on the file explorer and hit open in the terminal, like in a real Ubuntu operating system environment?


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This option is available within the Windows 10's extended context menu. You can achieve this menu by holding the Shift key and click with the right mouse button, somewhere in the empty space in the File explorer.

There are few other approaches, but for my this is pretty enough.

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