Like we said before each backslash on a path specifies the name of a directory.
What makes this path relative?
The fact that it only works when we are located within the same directory our desktop folder is located, in this case:
Running this command from a different directory would return an error because the desktop directory couldn’t have been found. That’s where absolute paths come in.
We can navigate to our “My Folder” directory from anywhere by using an absolute path.
Absolute or full paths simply include every directory that comes before our target directory within them.
Here is what that would look like:
Cd "C:\Users\Username\Desktop\My Folder"