I'm puzzled by the feature Access Real Disk. I know that I can make changes to any file on my real computer and then save the changed file in my Virtual Disk. And I know that in File Manager I can specify files that I can work on and save directly to my real computer even though Returnil's System Safe is on. So what is the point of the Access Real Disk feature? What does it enable me to do that I can't do using the Virtual Disk or the File Manager? I did try to use Access Real Disk and was somewhat puzzled by the fact that it seemed to suggest that the contents of my entire real computer were found as well in some Virtual System partition. When I tried to copy a file from my real computer to the virtual partition, I was told that the file already exists there, and did I want to overwrite it. I then changed file A on my real computer and used Access Real Disk to copy the changed file, overwriting file A on my virtual partition. But what does that mean or accomplish? Before posting this message, I tried to search for information about this feature, and I also looked at the Returnil User's Manual. I found nothing in my search, and the User's Manual discussion answered none of my questions. I'd love to know what this feature accomplishes that can't be accomplished by Returnil's other Tools. Thanks in advance.