Hide Drive Letters in Windows 10

Edited by Lukward Thomason, VisiHow, Eng

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    We open File Explorer by double-clicking "This PC". We will see that we have several drives, and that all of them have drive letters. For example, we have "Local Disk (C:)", "Local Disk (D:)", "DVD RW Drive (E:)", and "CD Drive (F:)".
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    To hide the letter labels, we need to right-click the lower left-hand corner of the screen.
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    We click "Control Panel".
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    Now, we need to click "Appearance and Personalization".
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    Then, we need to click "File Explorer Options".
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    We click the "View" tab.
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    Then, we might need to scroll down through "Advanced settings". We're looking for a line that says, "Show drive letters".
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    In this case, we uncheck "Show drive letters".
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    Then, we click "OK". The drive letters are no longer in File Explorer.
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Recent edits by: VisiHow, Lukward Thomason

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