How To Disconnect a Mapped Network Drive

You can learn how to remove a mapped network drive from your computer network.You can do this on both computers.

Step 1: The start is open.

The Windows logo can be found in the bottom- left corner of the screen.

Step 2: You can open File Explorer.

There is a folder-shaped icon in the Start window.

Step 3: Click here.

There is a computer-shaped item on the left side of the File Explorer window.You may have to scroll down to find it.

Step 4: You can click on the computer tab.

The File Explorer window has this in it.Clicking on it will take you to the top of the window.

Step 5: Click the map to go to the network drive.

It is in the “Network” section.A menu will appear.To open a new Network Drive window, click the bottom half of the icon and not the top half.

Step 6: Click to shut down the network drive.

The option is at the bottom of the menu.Clicking it will open a window with a list of connected network drives.

Step 7: There is a network drive.

Click on the drive you want disconnected.

Step 8: Click OK if you don’t want to.

It is at the bottom of the window.The drive will be disconnected.

Step 9: There is an open finder.

The blue, face-like app icon is in the Mac’s Dock.

Step 10: Find your drive.

You can find the name of the network drive on the left side of Finder.Below a “Shared” heading, you’ll usually find this.

Step 11: You can select the drive.

Click on the drive you want to disconnected from.

Step 12: Click to disengage.

It is in the main window.The drive will be disconnected from the computer network.The “Eject” button can be found to the right of the network drive if you don’t see it.