POPD – Windows CMD Command

Change directory back to the path/folder most recently stored by the PUSHD command.
POPD will also remove any temporary drive maps created by PUSHD

PUSHD and POPD operate on a stack or LIFO (last in, first out) principle and so can be used multiple times.


If the directory is successfully changed %ERRORLEVEL% = unchanged, typically this will be 0 but if a previous command set an errorlevel, that will be preserved (this is a bug).

If a bad switch is given %ERRORLEVEL% = 1

POPD is an internal command. If Command Extensions are disabled PUSHD and POPD will not create temporary drive letters.

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