Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Virtual Drives Manager 1.0

There are a lot of reasons why we need sometimes to create a virtual drive that is pointing to an existing folder on a local drive.
There are some annoying applications that insist on being installed to a specific drive or to the root of a drive, sometimes you just want to logically divide your existing hard drive for different users, or to create a quick access to a long path directly from My Computer, or for some security reasons, etc.
Virtual Drives Manager let you in a quick way, create a Symbolic link (AKA MS-DOS Device name) to a folder and present it as drive.

Drives that are created with Virtual Drives Manager will stay even efter you will restart your system, and you can quickly remove them with Virtual Drives Manager.

Virtual Drives Manager is a portable application, There is no install process, just unzip to any folder and run it.
Like all other LeeLu Soft software it is very simple to use.
Virtual Drives Manager was tested on Windows XP Pro (SP3) and Windows 7 Ultimat but should run on other Windows versions

Freeware by LeeLu Soft 2009

Download Virtual Drives Manager portable:


aref said...

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Anonymous said...

Dont work with Windows 7

Zed said...

Yes it Works !

Anonymous said...

where can i find the portable version (no installer)?

it also seems not to remap after reboot, any idea why?

oh, btw, you saved my life with this little piece of SW... well done!!!

Zed said...


The version you use is also portable..., after you install it once, take the exe file and use it with any other computer without installation.
About the remap issue, what OS are you using ?
I wrote this utility 4 years ago so I can't be sure it works fine on new OS versions.
I think you should try to execute it as admin, it saves the drives in the registry, maybe you don't have the permeations needed for that.