- Dec 17, 2013
Do you need to mount or unmount a drive on your device? If so, in this guide, you'll learn about multiple ways to complete this task on Windows 10.
Although Windows 10 can automatically mount a drive, the ability to mount and unmount a drive manually can come in handy in many scenarios. For example, when the system does not automatically assign a drive letter upon connecting a new storage device. You formatted a drive using commands, and you did not specify a mount point. Or you need to unmount a device's storage to make it permanently inaccessible to users.
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