Hi all,
Andres Munoz

Hey Andres,

Like Joe mentioned, open up a command prompt (in Windows) or terminal (in Mac) and use the CD command to switch to a specific folder that you want to place your Jupyter Notebook in, then send the “jupyter notebook” command to start your notebook in that location.

Another little trick if you don’t often use the command prompt is to open windows explorer, navigate to the folder you want to work in, then type “cmd” in the Windows Explorer address window and it will open a command prompt in that location. Mac has a “create terminal at finder folder” feature as well.

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