The new Creators Update for Windows 10 will pack in a bunch of new features. As has been evident for a while, PowerShell has been replacing CMD for some time. But for those who still prefer the Command Prompt, MSPowerUser reports there will still be a way to modify the File Explorer's context menu so you can open a Command Promt rather than PowerShell for a folder.
The process requires a few changes to the Windows Registry, where you can even get rid of PowerShell if you prefer.
There's a video you can watch, or step-by-step instructions over at MS PowerUser.