Would like suggestions on safe approach to do the following: We have about 10 old drives floating around, some which have "mixed" content, i.e. stuff we want to keep mixed in with stuff that's "unknown" and some folders that definitely have virus content mixed in (e.g. "mail > attachment" folders). These aren't drives with backup files created by any utility, they're just used drives. In almost all cases we know the directory structures that would be "to be retained", but in some cases such as the "downloads" or Attachments folders, we'll need to open/view many of the files, jpgs, gifs, zips, pdfs, html, etc etc. Aside from just running antivirus scans on the drives, we'd also like to weed out the accumulated unwanted files. My first idea is to run a sandboxing app ( Sandboxie ) to do the browsing/looking, but .... with so many files to browse through, so many file types and directories to go through I'm concerned about time-efficiency, as there's just much good stuff proportionally compared to the bad stuff, so moving files to a Quick or Instant recover zone will be pretty time-consuming (not to mention wrist-intensive). Can anybody suggest a better way to approach this process?