There are a range of DOS commands that aren't quickly available within Windows. Windows supplies no 'quick and easy' user-interface for some of the old (and still current) usable DOS functions. For instance, subst is a command that enables you to turn a folder in to a virtual drive. This is excellent for software that needs to situated within the root folder within a drive or for testing a game, if you're a developer.
However, unless you know how to use the subst command, the best alternative is to use a tool such as Visual Subst 1.03 that will quickly create a virtual drive from a specific folder. Once you've finished with the drive, you can remove it from your system. You can also automate the process so that when you next boot your computer the virtual drive is setup automatically.
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