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How can my computer do computer-y stuff without a C:, D: or other lettered drive? If you've come over to the Mac from Windows ...
you're going to be surprised to find that there are no drive letters. You can have as many drives as you want and name them something that suits you.
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How to Find the C Drive on Your Mac
Hi, this is Mike Callahan, Dr. File Finder and welcome to your butterscotch.com tutorial on what are the drive letters on my Mac. Well, if you’ve come over from Windows to the Mac, you're going to be surprised to find that the Mac doesn’t use drive letters. If you click on finder over here on the side, here are the drives on my Mac and you can see there is not a letter for a drive to be seen. You can name them anything you want. I named one backup; here is my main Mac hard drive. Here is my other time machine. This is a boot camp partition.
So on a Mac; you don’t have Drive C, D and E. You can name the drive anything you want which in some cases makes it much easier for you to move files around. I know that things that get backed up. Go to backup. I know that my time machine backups go to the time machine drive. It makes a great deal more sense than D or F or Q.
So on your Mac, you don’t have drive letters. You have simply drive names and you can click on each drive here and you can see what it contains. That’s the drive names on a Mac and that’s all there is to it.