Change Drive Label in Command Prompt

Change Drive label from local disk # to whatever you want is necessary when you have many partitions to manage. In this page, for example, I would like to change my four partitions: Local Disk C: E: F: to System, Tools, Programs, there's no need to change drive label in registry, Follow my steps:

How to change drive label in Command Prompt

  • 1. Press WIN key or click start bottom, type CMD, run cmd.exe as administrator. It's required to run it as administrator to change drive label.
  • 2. Type label C: System, Press Enter; > Type label E: Tools, Press Enter; > Type label F: Programs, Press Enter;
  • 3. Double click This PC on desktop to check new labels.
  • cmd_change_drive_label

Change Drive Label in Partition Expert

  • 1. Run Partition Expert, click C partition, click Change Label,
  • 2. In the new dialog window, type System, click OK
  • 3. Do the same operations to Partition E: and Partition F:
  • mde_change_drive_label

Change Drive Label in Windows Explorer

Change Drive label in Windows Explorer is very often used by most of us.

  • 1. WIN+E to open Windows Explorer.
  • 2. Click Partition C: not double click, just single click, Press F2,
  • 3. Type new name to it.
  • explorer_change_drive_label

See also:

  1. Adding Unallocated Space to Server Existing System Partition
  2. Resize Partition for Windows Server 2008
  3. Resize Partition for Windows Server 2003 Guide
  4. Move Free Space from One to Another
  5. Extend/Increase System C Partition Size for Windows 10 and Server