I used to open my Notebooks just by double-clicking on them using nbopen, which is extremely convenient.
I am on Windows 10 and I can’t do it anymore.
When I double click on a .ipynb a Command Line window flashes and nothing happen.
I tried to add the path to \anaconda3 and to anaconda3\scripts (where nbopen.exe is located) to my system environnement variables but this doesn’t solve the problem…
How to do?
This would be a great feature to add to Windows as a default!
Unfortunately, I think at this point you need to manually associate the .ipynb files with the Jupyter executable yourself.