This is perhaps most annoying work to do when you put a new removable media, you have to go Windows Explorer to find the drive. Yes I know there is an autorun feature on windows by default but I already explain why you should not use it
This is perhaps most annoying work to do when you put a new removable media, you have to go Windows Explorer to find the drive. Yes I know there is an autorun feature on windows by default but I already explain why you should not use it. If you forget then I will tell you a simple answer, for protecting your machine from auto-run viruses. Now the question is how to reduce this annoying step without touching your security?
As always I come here with a free utility which definitely help you to organise your removable media. What it do? It put a shortcut of your removable media on desktop. We all know very well that desktop shortcut always help us to find our most use program. The fantastic thing about this software is whenever you put way the drive it will automatically remove the shortcut, almost like Linux system. You can choose which removable media should put on desktop and which not. It is completely flexible.
It works with Windows XP/Vista and you must have ,Net Framework 2.0 or higher. Currently available in 20 different languages.
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