Windows 10: Hiding removable drives in Task Manager - Win10 2004

Discus and support Hiding removable drives in Task Manager - Win10 2004 in Windows 10 Ask Insider to solve the problem; I have a card reader always attached to my machine. Since upgrading to 2004 all of the drives have appeared whether something was there or not.... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Ask Insider' started by /u/outtokill7, Sep 28, 2020.

  1. Hiding removable drives in Task Manager - Win10 2004


    I have a card reader always attached to my machine. Since upgrading to 2004 all of the drives have appeared whether something was there or not. Previous versions of Windows 10 hid this. Is it possible I can do it with 2004?

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    /u/outtokill7, Sep 28, 2020
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  2. rebop Win User

    Windows Show Hide not hiding 2004 feature update

    Show/Hide has always worked for me. Yesterday I had about 10 updates show. I want to install all BUT the 2004 Feature Update, so hid that in Show/Hide. It shows as hidden there, but when I check Windows Update again the next day, it is still listed. Normally, it would not be and all other updates would be. Now all are there and I do not yet care to install the feature update.

    Any ideas / suggestions?

    Thanks.

    Win 10 1909
     
    rebop, Sep 28, 2020
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  3. dotmarty Win User
    Windows 10 - cannot add exec to Startup in Task Manager

    I purchased a new computer with Windows 10 already installed. I am trying to add an exec to the startup list but Win10 will not accept it. The exec runs successfully on my Windows 10 machine if I start it manually.

    Steps I've taken: Task Manager, Startup Tab, File>Run New Task. (browse to location, select.) It will start immediately, but does not show up on the list to autostart, nor does it start on reboot.

    Any suggestions?
     
    dotmarty, Sep 28, 2020
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  4. Hiding removable drives in Task Manager - Win10 2004

    Hiding devices from Safely Remove Hardware and Eject Media list

    In my Safely Remove Hardware and Eject Media list both my internal SSD and storage drive are listed. I want to be able to hide/remove these drives from the list. After a lot of searching all I could find was a registry trick for Win7 which no longer applies
    in Win10. All the other suggestions have been to shut off hot swapping but that is something I use. This is a work machine that I am often connecting and disconnecting drives from. It seems like it should be a simple thing to mark certain devices to not be
    listed. What can I do?
     
    Mitch13212412, Sep 28, 2020
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