I have Mp3tag pinned down to Taskbar of Windows 7. Under its icon I have shortcuts to playlists- those playlists save me a lot of time, because with as little as only two clicks and minimal pointer movement I can load up all my files to Mp3tag
And here is the bug: even thought my playlists have only locations listed on drive M, Mp3tag deems it necessary to start up my drive X, which is turned off most of the time [to save energy and avoid noise], when I click those shortcuts
Although it may be not a Mp3tag bug but just a regular Windows behavior, as the same happens when I run Corel DRAW from pinned down shortcut- with no settings of any kind stored on or leading to drive X, that drive X starts to spins. But then again- maybe it is the same kind of bug that exists in both Mp3tag and Corel DRAW; or a default Windows behavior that could be removed from Mp3tag [and thus should be into a request instead of labeling it as a bug]?