Shows available network drive shares in the Volumes list of File Browser, for Windows only.
Mostly something to look at and think about.
This can add a multi-second delay to the startup so at the very least would need user configuration. The console shows the start of the process with "checking for network shares..." and finish the process by adding "done." to that line.
I'm no longer able to test on a large network so not sure how this would behave in a larger environment.
It is possible to have a small home network with working shares, but not have them show up here if you have not configured things correctly. For example Windows 10 now disables smbv1 by default. So there can be odd cases.
But the thought is that this might come in handy for larger installations. Sometimes you want to map shares, sometimes you don't...