FileSystem.ChDir Method (String)
Changes the current directory or folder. The My feature gives you better productivity and performance in file I/O operations than the ChDir function. For more information, see CurrentDirectory .
Assembly: Microsoft.VisualBasic (in Microsoft.VisualBasic.dll)
Required. A String expression that identifies which directory or folder becomes the new default directory or folder. Path may include the drive. If no drive is specified, ChDir changes the default directory or folder on the current drive.
The ChDir function changes the default directory, but not the default drive. For example, if the default drive is C, the following statement changes the default directory on drive D, but C remains the default drive:
You can make relative directory changes is by typing two periods, as follows:
The ChDir function requires unmanaged code permission, which may affect its execution in partial-trust situations. For more information, see SecurityPermission and .
This example uses the ChDir function to change the current directory or folder.
Available since 1.1