My USB drive appears as a mounted drive in Bash for Windows 10:
ls /mnt c d
There is no
d drive physically connected. I only have one internal hard drive
d drive was connected in the past. How do I unmount it from Bash? Or maybe the better question is: if I connect/disconnect the USB drive often, do I need to manually eject/remove the drive from Bash every time as well?
Further, the mounted
d drive contains quite a lot of data, even though it is not physically connected:
I suppose something is being cached, but this is really inconvenient. I'd really like to reclaim this free space from my C drive on Windows. Any way to get rid of the