I just started using a new Windows laptop.
On my primitive work PC, if you want to see all the various drives and what may be plugged into them, you hit the start button and go to “My Computer”.
On the new laptop which has Windows 10, there is no “Start” button, but hitting a button in a similar location gets you a screen filled with Windows crap options as well as a button for settings and some other utilities, but no obvious or even subtle way to get to a screen listing the drives. By searching around I can find a “device management” setting which confirms that the flash drive I inserted is in “E” drive. But there is no way to click on the “E” drive to open the files on the flash drive.
I don’t really want to pay Toshiba (it’s a Satellite series laptop) for “premium” support to get this question answered for a brand new laptop.
Is this a weird form of Windows 10 hazing? Any suggestions as to where my drives have been secreted, so I can get to them and open whatever files are on them (from both intrinsic and extrinsic drives)?