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Viewing files through Windows

Understanding the Judah Drive

The Judah Drive displays all files that you have stored in Judah as a Windows network drive. Being able to access your files this way enables third party programs can take advantage of those files independently of Judah, in addition to giving you one more access point to your data.


Viewing the Judah Drive

You must have the Judah Drive enabled in your preferences to use this functionality.

  1. In Windows, open "My Computer".
  2. You will see a list of all hard drives and network drives your computer has access to. Under Network Drives, locate the drive with the letter letter J.
  3. Double click to enter the Judah Drive.

Enabling and disabling the Judah Drive

  1. Click the "Options" button at the top right of Judah.
  2. A menu with several options will open, find and click "Preferences"
  3. Once the preferences window opens, click on the "Files" tab
  4. Click the "Stop Judah Drive" button or the "Start Judah Drive" button respective to the setting you want.
  5. Click "OK" to finish.

You can have the Judah Drive automatically start every time you sign in to Judah by checking the "Auto-Start Judah Drive" box.


Setting the Judah Drive Letter

By default, the Judah Drive will use the letter J within Windows.

  1. Click the "Options" button at the top right of Judah.
  2. A menu with several options will open, find and click "Preferences"
  3. Once the preferences window opens, click on the "Files" tab
  4. Use the drop down box next to the label "Use this Default Drive Letter" to assign a letter.
  5. Click "OK" to finish.


See also

Importing your files
Common file actions
Making changes to a file
Viewing file history
Previewing media files
Saving files to your computer