Show an Empty Drive in Windows 10

Edited by Lukward Thomason, Alexander Avdeev, Eng

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    The first thing that we need to do is to right-click the lower-left corner of the screen
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    Now, we need to click "Control Panel"
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    When "Control Panel" opens, we need to click "Appearance and Personalization"
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    Now, we click "File Explorer Options"
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    We click the "View" tab
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    We scroll down to find "Hide empty drives"
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    We uncheck "Hide empty drives"
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    We click "OK"
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    Now, if we have any empty drives, they will be shown in File Explorer
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Categories : Windows

Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Lukward Thomason

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