In the explorer, type:
shell:startupfor the user's folder,
shell:common startupfor the folder common to all users.
The programs put in this folders are launched when opening a Windows 10 session.
Despite the user has no launched an HTTP server, the port 80 is in use, as can be seen with netstat. This is due to a service called W3SVC (group iissvcs).
Don't know what the purpose of this service is (don't really search…). Deactivating it seems not to be a problem…
To retrieve only files with a given name, type
system.filename:<file name> in the search text box from the file explorer (you might also retrieve files which name begin with the given pattern).
The hosts file will be found under Windows at
C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts. This file can be mklinked (
mklink C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts …).
For the modification in this file to be taken into account, it could be necessary to clear the DNS cache, by launching
Reminder on how to get bash under a french Windows 10.
Pour les paramètres du développeur,
Activer ou désactiver des fonctionnalités Windows,
Sous-système Windows pour Linux (bêta),
aptitude is installed (it seems no more to be the case with the last version of Windows, so you have to install it with
apt-get), so you can use it as installation tool (launch with
The root installation directory of this (GNU/)Linux is at :
To manage this application, use the
lxrun command (as Administrator). See below for an example.
Under a DOS as Administrator :
lxrun /uninstall /fullto delete the application and the home directory,
lxrun /installto install the application, or click the shortcut to bash if it remains from a previous installation.
It is possible to launch under this bash native Windows commands, and, by default, the default path have some entries which point to Windows system. This can lead to some problem (for example, npm doesn't work properly).
To avoid that the path points to Windows system, set or add following key to the Window registry :
You have to reopen bash console in order for this to work.
If Windows is unable to connect to your usual account and instead logged you in a temporary account, even after restarting the computer, remove the
.bak extension from the
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList\(long number).bak registry entry, after renaming (or deleting) the same entry without the
.bak extension, and restart the computer.
In the registry, at
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\DOS Devices, add a string value with, as name, the drive letter with the colon (
:), and, as value,
\??\ followed by the folder (example :
\??\C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Shared Documents). Reboot.
The assignation of a drive letter to with
subst command does not survive to a boot.