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Drive-Thru: A Comprehensive Disk Management Tool

If you’re looking for a comprehensive tool to manage your hard disk and other storage devices, you may be interested in Drive-Thru.

Drive-Thru is an easy to use, portable program that enables you to perform certain task such as enable/ disable write protect, hide/unhide drives, disable autorun, convert FAT to NTFS format, change drive letter and icon, etc.

The easy to understand user interface lets anyone to make changes without any difficulty. Run Drive- Thru (no installation needed), it will display a window with 4 tabs.

The first tab (Drive Security) lets you hide/unhide drives or disk partitions, lock/unlock drives and disable auto run. The second tab (Drive Substitution) lets you make changes to individual drives.

The third tab (Drive Monitoring) lets you monitor a drive(s) or partition changes and the last tab (Other) lets you perform certain tasks like enable/ disable disk write protect, change drive letter, icon, etc.

You can free download Drive-Thru here.


  1. Great tool once again. Thanks for the detailed explanation Author.

    It would be great if you add some social bookmarking buttons to make my work easier. :) Thanks.

    - Robin


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