My HP computer has a section named D:\Recovery and its appearance is as follows.

Upon accessing it, a message appears inside the Windows Explorer window, which states:

“This area of your hard drive contains files used during Windows Push Button Reset and HP image recovery. Do not delete or alter any of these files.”

I am curious about the mechanism HP employs to make Explorer show this message. I am unsure whether Windows has a special function that allows you to associate a folder with a message and image or if it’s registered somewhere. Despite researching online, I have been unable to find any relevant resources on this topic.

Additionally, I am not even aware of the terminology used to describe this particular feature.

Askify Moderator Edited question April 25, 2023