These options apply when Opus implements its own display for the This PC folder. See Virtual Folders for more information.

  • Use the Opus implementation for the This PC folder: Lets you enable or disable native display for the virtual This PC folder. When native display is on, you can configure the appearance of the folder below.

You can configure the file display format for This PC when the native display is enabled using the Folder Formats page, using the item in the System folders category.

This PC configuration
  • Group drives by storage type: When turned on local disk drives in the This PC folder will have separate groups for HDD, SSD and Other (unknown) - when off, all drives will be listed as "Local drives".
  • Include Files Stored on This Computer: This option adds a group to the This PC folder which contains links to the document folders on this machine (your own personal folder, and the shared documents folder).
  • Include Media Servers: Includes DLNA media servers found on your network.
  • Show empty disk drives: If this option is turned off, removable disk drives will be hidden from the list of drives if they are empty.
  • Sort drives by name instead of letter: By default drives are sorted by drive letter (C:, E:, L:, etc). If you turn this on, they will be sorted by their label.
  • Low free space warning: The bar graph that Opus shows for each drive to indicate how full it is changes color when free space drops below this level (default is 10%). The actual colors used can be configured on the Directory Opus Colors page.
  • Show drive labels as: Lets you choose how drive labels are displayed.