The B: Drive!
Askyahoo answers the question Why is it that computers never have a “B” drive? but they are dead wrong.
They say “ Technically speaking, the “computer” isn’t missing the B drive, it’s just that later Microsoft operating systems have omitted it as unnecessary. You can read more about the ins and outs of archaic drive systems at Microsoft Support. ” but don’t they know that it has never been omitted from Microsoft operating systems?
If you install a second floppy drive it will still show as B:
Linux/Unix has a better paradigm, they do not use drive letters but you can mount any floppy drive/Hard Disk/CD/DVD/USB Storage in any folder that you want.
p.s. I haven’t used a floppy drive in 4 years so I think we can even remove the A: floppy.