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Trying to install SASS

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Hi, experts, I'm trying to install SASS. I have node.js, GIT and Ruby installed on my Windows 7 laptop.  As you can see in the attached screenshot,  Ruby193 is in the C directory.  According to this:
http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/getting-started-saas/ the first step is to change directories into the Ruby directory. I've tried both of these: cd Ruby193 and cd C:\ Ruby193. Both get the result, The system cannot find the path specified.

So I'm stumped right out of the gate. What am I doing wrong?

Thanks.
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on the left side of windows explorer, hold down shift and right click on that ruby193 folder and select open command window here
does that work?
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ok, yes! Now I'm in that folder. Thanks! May I keep this question open to see if there are more questions? I'll continue with the installation now.
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Great, thanks!! Much appreciated.
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