I distinctly remember, on the computer I had in the 90's, being able to type
cdd D:\bla\bla in the MS-DOS command prompt, to change both the current directory and drive (avoiding having to type
I regularly still type it in the Windows command prompt, which complains that no such command exists. Then I remember I must do it with
cd /d D:\bla\bla.
So it likely means this specific command wasn't actually part of MS-DOS. Did it come from some set of third-party utilities? I remember I might have something like Norton Utilities installed, but I couldn't find information about this specific tool in its Wikipedia page.
Or is my memory weak and I just made this up?