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Manage Mapped and Shared or Network Drives / Folders in Windows using Share Manager

by Shivaranjan on October 27, 2009


Now most people have more than one computer at home with a home network, which gives rise to share and map folders across computers. Share Manager is a free software that allows you manage mapped and shared drives in your windows computer.

Features of Share Manager:


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You can quickly add or remove a share folders from your computer. To add a shared folder click on the “Add Share” button then enter the shared folder name and select the folder that you wish you share.


Incase if you wish to remove a shared folder use the “Remove Share” option to remove the shared folder.

Similarly you can map a network drive using the “Map Drive” option to map a network drive. Enter the network drive’s path then choose the drive letter of your choice and if required enter the username and password. If you would like the mapped network drive to be available even after reboot then make sure that you check the ‘Persistent’ check box.


To remove a mapped drive use the ‘Unmap Drive’ option, this software is pretty straight forward to use we tested this in Windows 7 and Windows XP where it worked flawlessly. There is similar tool called NetDrives which we have covered earlier.

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