Just a moment ago, a message popped up from a software which scans for malware which i use called McShield.
It said that there was a drive or a local drive of F and that i did not have access to it. I am the only one who uses this laptop and i am the admin, so i found this very strange.
i tried number of things like trying to open it, when i clicked on it, it somehow brought me to the properties page (of the disk i am assuming) allowed me to rename it, but it didn't let me apply the new name, as (i did not have access) and trying to scan with avast but it did not allow me, so i decided to restart my computer to see what happens.
i clicked restart on the start menu, and then left the room, came back and nothing happened, and the start menu was still open. so i pushed ctrl+alt+delete and clicked on the power button and it had options of powering off or restarting with an update, so i restarted it with an update. After it updated, and as i checked in the file explorer, the local disk was gone.
I saw (when i googled) many cases of unknown disks popping up but none like my case so i am asking here.
Do you think i should be alarmed as it could be a virus or malware or i am hacked etc.?
Or could this just be a bug of windows 10?