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Windows DIR on Personal Drives

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Hi Folks,

Just Wondering,
Why do the Personal Drives in my environment have a Windows directory in them?
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Unless you at one time had used the other drives as your boot drive, these should only be a Windows folder in your boot drive (typically c:)
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Good Job!
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