Desk Drive solves a really annoying problem. After inserting a USB thumb drive or DVD into your computer, you have to open Window's Explorer to find the mapped drive or folder.
Desk Drive automatically adds a desktop icon pointing to the drive when inserting a media. So you can explore it right from the desktop. If you remove the media (USB /DVD) the shortcut goes away from the desktop.
After installation Desk Drive sits quietly in the system tray. You can specify which types of media to monitor by right clicking this icon.
Desk Drive required .NET 2 for installing and works on Windows 7, Vista and XP.
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