Change "Up" button on file explorer

  1. Eli's Avatar
    Eli
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       #1

    Change "Up" button on file explorer


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  2. spunk's Avatar
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    I applaud your brevity in your query, But, if you ask an actual question, as in a whole sentence, we might be able help you further
    From what I gather, you would like to change the Devices with Removable storage list at the bottom of the window? If your computer or printer has an SD card reader, it will show a different Removable Disk for each slot on the card reader.
    This is for 8 but the solution is the same for 10: How to Separate ? - AskVG
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  3. Eli's Avatar
    Eli
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  4. Brink's Avatar
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    Hello Eli,

    I'm afraid that you will need to specifically say what you are wanting to change. Otherwise, it's just going to be a guessing game.
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  5. Eli's Avatar
    Eli
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  6. Brink's Avatar
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    Ok. That makes more sense now. I changed your thread title from "Change Up bottom on file explorer" to better fit, and moved your thread to help.
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  7. Eli's Avatar
    Eli
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    Thanks.
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  8. Edwin's Avatar
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       #8

    There are 42 entries in a System File you would have to manipulate to accomplish what you wish:
    (Not advisable for what it may or may not be worth!)

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    As an alternative, you could use "Old-New Explorer" to hide it. (Not sure what your intent is)
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