How to Create a Portable Shortcut with Relative Path in Windows

How to Create Portable Shortcut with Relative Path in Windows

Windows does not support relative paths in shortcuts. So, if you work on multiple computers and carry portable programs in a flash drive, you’ll have to launch each program by going inside its respective folder. HowToGeek.com has showed a solution to this problem by creating a batch (.bat) file and then converting it to an executable (.exe) file.

In Target field add the following making sure to replace your folder directory or app.

For example, %windir%\explorer.exe "\your\folder\app.exe

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