The PATH environment variable is a set of folders or directories to store your executables, such as scripts or binaries. It allows you to run the executables without typing their full path.
You can configure the PATH environment variable in Windows just for your user or for all the users in the system. This can be done from the command prompt or via the GUI, though the GUI, though the GUI in this case more intuitive and is a safer option.
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