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 Home » Freeware Downloads » File and Folder Tools » Folder mapping/ drive mapping   
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Virtual Drive Manager v1.1
Virtual Drive Manager v1.1 A tiny but very useful utility used to create virtual drives - maps of the contents of folders. Drive-mapping is similar to the DOS command SUBST, but VDM is much more than SUBST, it is very easy to use with a good GUI interface and it can restore all virtual drives automatically on windows restarting. Note: The .zip fire has 1 hit on VirusTotal. The unpacked .exe file has 3 hits on VirusTotal. These are from the three usual suspects that falsely find viruses in everything. This file is safe.
5/5 911 Sep 13, 2023
Visual Subst v1.0.6
Visual Subst v1.0.6 Map virtual drives easily and reduce long paths to just one letter. Visual Subst is a small tool that allows you to associate the most accessed directories with virtual drives. It uses the same API similar to the console 'subst' utility, but makes it easier to create and remove virtual drives in a GUI way. You can use virtual drives everywhere! Press ALT+F1 in the file manager and switch to a project directory where hundreds of various files are kept. Using virtual drives, these files can be quickly accessed at any time. Note for Programmers If you have the Platform SDK installed and use it frequently, it might be convenient to create a virtual drive mapped to the Samples directory. Doing so, you can easily reduce a long path like “C:\Program Files\Microsoft Platform SDK\Samples\Multimedia\DirectShow” to just one letter. How It Works Generally, a virtual drive is a symbolic link in the local MS-DOS device namespace. It is just one more Windows feature added for backward compatibility with old programs. Virtual drives are therefore objects of the operating system, and Visual Subst can create, enumerate and remove these objects. All local MS-DOS device names are removed when the user logs off. To handle this issue, Visual Subst saves the list of virtual drives and loads them on the next boot. System Requirements Visual Subst runs on Windows 2000/XP and newer operating systems. It doesn’t require installation. It’s fully portable because all settings are stored into an INI-file. And it’s FREE! Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 1,295 Feb 02, 2023
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