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Published on August 29th, 2017 | by Technable


How to Change Drive Letters in Windows

We’re all familiar with the typical drive letters in Windows. C: is your hard drive. D: is your CD drive. E: and upwards are used for removable media. A: and B: were used for floppy disks (now mostly defunct). However, did you know you’re not tied to those letters? It’s easy to swap them around, and you can give them whatever letters you want. (Although changing the C: drive might not be worth the hassle). Perhaps you want to keep your flash drives organized at the tail end of the alphabet, or you want to give a network drive a…

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