Are you seeing a lot of empty drives in File Explorer? It’s probably due to a connected memory card reader or hard drive dock. Here’s how to hide empty drives in File Explorer so that they only appear when something is actually connected.
Windows Explorer is one of the most important components of the Windows operating system, but sometimes it can freeze or behave erratically. Instead of a potentially lengthy reboot, you can simply force Windows Explorer to quit and then manually relaunch it, saving time and leaving your applications running. Here’s how to do it.
Microsoft Windows still doesn’t give users a way to see folder size in Windows Explorer’s details view. While there are no perfect solutions, a good compromise is RidNacs, a free utility that quickly generates sortable lists of folder file sizes on local, external, and network drives. Here’s a quick overview of how to use it.