The edit command is missing in Windows
The 64-bit versions of Windows do not support the edit command in the Windows command line. If you need to edit files from the command line, we suggest using the notepad command from the command line as shown in the example below.
Running the above command would edit the hope.txt file if it exists or create a new file called hope.txt in notepad. Once the file is saved, that file will be created in your current directory.
Using the start command, you can also start another text editor with any file.