You can always use the Settings -> Devices to "Manage" the printer and from that, open Printer properties and use the Advanced tab to add a "New Driver"The one practical effect of losing the folder seems to be the inability to manually update printer drivers.
I assume you are talking about the right click context menu?there appears to be no command prompt in any Windows menu.
Thank you very much for the follow-up information.However, Devices and Printers and the network folder were just as troublesome as before. D&P took 3-4 minutes to load, but it ultimately would do so. I ended up suspecting that Classic Shell was the culprit, and it was. When I uninstalled it, using its utility, not the Windows Programs & Features uninstall, my balky folders opened up quickly.
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