ReMount allows fast and efficient drive letter changes without the need for clicking through Windows disk management.
Remount is a command-line utility that will be beneficial for users that like to keep their drives organized in a specific manner. Sometimes drive letters are randomized during setup. ReMount is intended to make changing them as simple as possible, with changes taking place immediately. You also have the option to utilize NTFS mount points (admin privileges required) instead of drive letters if needed.
ReMount keeps the command-line process as simple as possible; this is achieved by keeping the needed commands to a minimum, allowing it to be of use even to users unfamiliar with command-line usage. For instance, to change drive F: to U:
remount f: u:
Or if both letters are in use and shall be swapped, then use parameter -s
remount f: u: -s
Other operations, such as remounting the Windows system drive or mounting a local drive to a letter used by a network drive, use parameter -f (force). Furthermore -f can be used to remount a drive to a drive letter that is in use. The drive which uses the target letter is remounted to the first free letter.