Great utility, SJ, thanks! And I think I have a new puzzle for you:
Drives A and B are listed as floppies, but they're not. They're weird
B is a subst drive, my mnemonic for Backup. It's a subst'ed folder on an external G drive. (And G is listed as local probably because it's plugged in via Firewire, which I don't think is distinguishable from true local drives. Windows itself and ShadowProtect can't tell the difference either.)
Now, A is a partition of my first fixed HDD. I use it as scratch area (temp folders, browser caches, Archivarius indexes, all that). So it's actually a sibling partition of C. Windows knows that, but Total Commander doesn't (it does not display exe icons, as it thinks it's a removable drive). So, not floppies
Here's what the Extended Info command says about them:
(Btw, you may not need the period after "Extended Info" command in the context menu.)
I know, poor choice of drive letters! I just got tired of figuring out whether 'p' or 'q' is better for a particular use, and realized I had two perfectly good letters sitting around unused at the start of the alphabet.