On Windows, our default command handler changes the console window title to
"path-to-cmd\cmd.exe /c executing-command" and after the command finishes,
reverts it to what it was before.

Is there a good reason we're doing this? Windows batch files don't do it,
and most commands won't run long enough for a user to actually be able to
read the new title.

I intend to make the new SYSTEM and PATH command environments skip this
title change.

Do we want to keep the console title changing for commands running in our
existing environments CMD and "" ?
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