What is mapping?
Through mapping, you can make any accessible files or folders look like truly existing files or folders in the virtual drive created by Virtual Disk, so you can freely re-organize your files without copying or moving them!
How to map files or folders onto a virtual drive?
There are two ways and you may choose whichever way is most convenient for you:
1) In the Virtual Disk Manager, click the "Map a file" or "Map a folder" icon in the toolbar.
2) When viewing files and folders in Windows Explorer or from other programs, right click the file or folder to be mapped and select "Map this file/folder".
How to create a virtual drive:
The first time you run Virtual Disk Manager, a program wizard will help you to create one virtual drive by guiding you through each step. After that, you may use the "Create drive" button on the Virtual Disk Manager toolbar to create new virtual drives.
How to modify the volume label and drive letter of a virtual drive:
In Virtual Disk Manager, right click the virtual drive to be modified, and select "Properties".
You may also change the volume label in Windows Explorer.
How to delete a mapping:
From within the Virtual Disk Manager, choose the item to be deleted and click the "Delete" button in the toolbar.
While using Windows Explorer or viewing files and folders in other programs, you may also right click the item to be deleted, and choose "Delete mapping".
NOTE: It is completely safe to delete any mapping because all your original files will be preserved. Deleting a mapping does not delete any files.
How to create folders to manage the mapping on the virtual disk:
You may click the "Create folder" button on Virtual Disk Manager toolbar, or create a new folder in Windows Explorer, right-click on the folder and select "Map this folder".
How to delete folders:
The procedure is the same as "how to delete a mapping".
Why do I need to register?
Please visit here to learn more about the difference of functions between the registered version and unregistered one.
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