How to mount a Drive as Folder rather than Letter in Windows 11

If you want to mount drive as folder in Windows 11, here is how you can do that. By default, drives get mounted with letters (also known as Drive letter). However, you can mouse a drive as a folder rather than a letter in Windows 11 with the help of this guide. How to mount a Drive as Folder rather than Letter To mount a drive as a folder rather than a letter using Windows Settings in Windows 11, follow these steps: Create a folder on your computer. Press Win+I to open Windows Settings. Go to System > Storage> Advanced storage settings. Click on the Disk & volumes option. Select

Final Fantasy XIV Letter from the Producer Live 72 Dated; Will Reveal More of Update 6.2

Today Square Enix announced the air date of the next Final Fantasy XIV Letter from the Producer Live broadcast. The livestream will happen on Friday, August 2 at 4:00 am PDT, 7:00 am EDT, noon BST, or 1:00 pm CEST. It will air on YouTube (you can find the embed below), Twitch, and NicoNico. This will be the 72nd Letter from the Producer Live and the topic will be, of course, update 6.2 “Buried Memory.” We’ll learn more about the patch on top of what was revealed in the 71st edition of the broadcast a few weeks ago. Of course, you can expect a full report about the broadcast with

Hideo Kojima has reportedly signed a letter of intent with Xbox

The famed visionary creator of the Metal Gear franchise, Hideo Kojima, has reportedly signed a letter of intent with Microsoft according to GamesBeat. According to GamesBeat’s sources familiar with the matter, the letter of intent reportedly states that the two parties “intend to work out the details on a publishing agreement for a new Xbox game.” A deal isn’t done and dusted quite yet, as now that this letter of intent is signed, it’s up to each parties respective lawyers to hash it out to get the best possible deal which may still take some time. Unfortunately, there’s no word yet on what Kojima might be making over at Xbox

Show Or Hide Drive Letter In Windows 10 File Explorer

There are two ways to identify drives in Windows 10 File Explorer: drive name and drive letter. With default settings, the File Explorer displays drive letters next to drive names for easy identification. If the File Explorer is not showing drive letter for one or more drives, it’s likely because the File Explorer has been configured to hide drive letters, or the drive doesn’t have a drive letter. Show or hide drive letter for drives in Windows 10 Complete the given below instructions to show or hide the drive letters in Windows 10 File Explorer. Step 1: Open Folder Options. Now, there are multiple ways to open Folder Options in

Show Or Hide Drive Letter In Windows 10 File Explorer

There are two ways to identify drives in Windows 10 File Explorer: drive name and drive letter. With default settings, the File Explorer displays drive letters next to drive names for easy identification. If the File Explorer is not showing drive letter for one or more drives, it’s likely because the File Explorer has been configured to hide drive letters, or the drive doesn’t have a drive letter. Show or hide drive letter for drives in Windows 10 Complete the given below instructions to show or hide the drive letters in Windows 10 File Explorer. Step 1: Open Folder Options. Now, there are multiple ways to open Folder Options in

Show Or Hide Drive Letter In Windows 10 File Explorer

There are two ways to identify drives in Windows 10 File Explorer: drive name and drive letter. With default settings, the File Explorer displays drive letters next to drive names for easy identification. If the File Explorer is not showing drive letter for one or more drives, it’s likely because the File Explorer has been configured to hide drive letters, or the drive doesn’t have a drive letter. Show or hide drive letter for drives in Windows 10 Complete the given below instructions to show or hide the drive letters in Windows 10 File Explorer. Step 1: Open Folder Options. Now, there are multiple ways to open Folder Options in