DriveXplorer, a small utility developed by Dead’Soul, has one purpose: providing a quick and convenient access to system drives. You can access your hard disks, floppy drives, CD/DVD ROM drives and any other drive.
DriveXplorer puts a small icon to your system tray from where a context menu can be launched. This menu will list all drives available in the system, organized in three groups: Fixed Drives, Removable Drives – this group includes floppy drives and pen drives and Optical Drives. Just select a drive from the list and the DriveXplorer's window will be opened, showing the drive's content.
In addition to the list of drives, this context menu provides you with access to a submenu with the following options: start with windows (on/off), Website, About and Exit.
DriveXplorer will run correctly on Windows 2000, XP and Vista. A distinctive feature of this tool is that it can eject optical drives which have no disc loaded.
The installation file is very small and the application won’t affect the system's performance significantly.
- It can be loaded at Windows start up
- It's free
- It's available in English only
- It doesn't support keyboard shortcuts