Add a “Command Prompt Here” option to your right-click/context menu in Windows Explorer and on the Desktop, which of course opens cmd.exe and changes path to the current directory in Windows Explorer.
The option did already exist if you held the SHIFT key down when right-clicking the background of Windows Explorer, but this was replaced by PowerShell in Windows 10; and besides, you had to hold down SHIFT (with this .reg addition, you do not.) Additionally, if you try to replace the PowerShell integration with Command Prompt again, you will have to deal with registry ownership and permissions as referenced here and here which has a full guide. Instead of working with those guides, just use the download below!
Download here, extract, and double-click the “Command Prompt Here – Add.reg” file. To reverse the change, a ” – Remove.reg” file was added as well. To see the Registry changes made, simple right click the .reg file to open and see the code.
UPDATE – May 25th, 2020: The tweak was updated to include right-click on directories even files themselves.