Sometimes referred to as the "lesser panda" and sometimes referred to as "first panda", they are also known colloquially as the firefox. This is thought to be due to a number of factors: coloration reminds some of fire, while their speed, adaptability, and general apparent intelligence also bring to mind characteristics associated with foxes. There are two subspecies, and they range from Nepal through northern India, and parts of China. By the way, they're entirely fur-covered, even including the soles of their feet.
One might not expect a largely herbivorous mammal to be speedy nor intelligent. You need look no further than their megaherbivore counterparts, elephants to counter that argument.
Thus, when Mozilla chose a name for their browser, they went with Firefox. Fast, smart, adaptable. Smart move on their part. Take a look at the first photo, and it's apparent where the logo was derived.
I tend to assume that if I understand something, everyone else does as well, but that is not always the case.
Having discussed the popular browser to death, let's move on:
If, as many now do, you use Windows 10, you may find it moderately annoying that the old "My Computer" thing, which made it easy to see the drives on the system, isn't an option. You can make it so, and here's how.