Creating logical drives on the flyIf you have very deep directories (directories with many sub directories inside sub directories), you may find it easier to create a logical drive that points to the directory you want to work in. On the other hand, you may want to simply create aliases to existing drives for those programs looking for a particular drive. Whichever the reason you want to create a logical drive, you can do so using the Folder2Drive application.Folder2Drive is typically used to simplify referencing commonly used paths. Perhaps all data kept in the c:program filesmyfiles directory would be assigned to M:. To simplify (and shorten) path statements. If several paths to be included in the search path have parts of their structure in common, it can make things simpler if the common part is assigned a substitute drive letter. This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.
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