Using Batch (BAT) Command
The First method for creating multiple folders requires using the Batch (BAT) file. First you create a root folder in which you want your other folders to appear. Once done, create a text file in root folder and enter the md command in following way.
md <folder name>/<sub-folder name>
If you want to create sub-folder, enter the full path of parent folder followed by required sub-folder name. When done, change the file extension to BAT. For instance, dir.txt to dir.bat.
Now, just run the batch file to create the folders and sub-folders.
Using Text 2 Folders Application
With free program Text2Folders, however, the process can be significantly automated, requiring the user either type in the names of the folders (and/or sub folders) that are needed, or import a text file that contains the desired folder names, and the program will do the rest.
The above figure will create Folder 1, Folder 2, Parent these 3 folders and another subfolder under Parent named Child in F:\From Drive E\Education path.