Start JupyterLab using:
JupyterLab will open automatically in your browser.
If your notebook files are not in the current directory, you can pass your working directory path as argument when starting JupyterLab. Avoid running it from your root volume (e.g. C:` on Windows or `/ on Linux) to limit the risk of modifying system files.
#Windows Example jupyter lab --notebook-dir=E:/ --preferred-dir E:/Documents/Somewhere/Else #Linux Example jupyter lab --notebook-dir=/var/ --preferred-dir /var/www/html/example-app/
Like the classic notebook, JupyterLab provides a way for users to copy URLs that open a specific notebook or file. Additionally, JupyterLab URLs are an advanced part of the user interface that allows for managing workspaces. To learn more about URLs in Jupyterlab, visit JupyterLab URLs.
To open the classic Notebook from JupyterLab, select “Launch Classic Notebook”
from the JupyterLab Help menu, or you can change the URL
JupyterLab runs on top of Jupyter Server, so see the security section of Jupyter Server’s documentation for security-related information.