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create virtual drives vSubst is a small tool that allows you to create drive-letters for any folder on your hard disk. For example , you can take folder X and make it behave as if it was Drive X. This can be very useful if you need to simulate certain environments or want to create a virtual CD drive. There are certain restrictions, you obviously cannot defrag or format the folder as if it were a real drive, but other than that, Windows thinks it acts like a real drive. You can choose to create the drives temporarily or permanently. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Publisher Thomas Bigler Price Free
Version  history Last updated Sep 12, 2011
File Size 15 Kb Requirements None

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An elegant solution 5 stars by jackfrost May 28, 2007 (Read all my 35 reviews)
This is the original that many for-pay programs have based their disk emulation off of when mounting ISOs and so forth. it still is a very relevant program all these years later in light of more complicated software that one might come across. show Review details
Nice utility 4 stars by busybusy Oct 20, 2005 (Read all my 258 reviews)
It is simple, small, and works great.. If you have folders to share as a drive this is the program to do it. show Review details
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