Windows 10: Network Locations' Harddisk Space Info Are Not Shown
Network Locations' Harddisk Space Info Are Not Shown
I was a Windows 7 user and recently updated to 10. And to be honest, I liked it more than Windows 7.
Anyway, this is my problem;
Windows 7 used to have this menu option for me,
As you can see, I was able to see the full capacity of my network location's root harddisk.
However, in Windows 10, it has such an apperance,
And I couldn't find a way to access my Network Path's Space Attributes.
Does anyone have any idea how I can make them visible again?
Yes, you have to click on the Map network drive on the menu and assign a drive letter to each shared location.
Oh, I made it all wrong from the beginning. I got it, it works. Thanks.
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