Windows 10: what is F System directory that suddenly appears in Windows 10
what is F System directory that suddenly appears in Windows 10
I am very limited in Windows 10. Some time ago, I just updated my Motebook from Windows 8 to 10. Today I noted that there is certain root directory label F which I don't remenber have saw before. The worst is that I tried to browse such directory and I got the message "At this moment, you don't have permission to access such folder" (hopefully my translation from portuguese to English is close enough to the original message in English). I mean worst because I am the administrator of this workstation.
Is such "F" part of Windows or should I start think it is a bug or virus? (see the image below)
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There are ways to fix this; e.g.:
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