os.startfile

import os
my_computer = os.startfile("C:")
print(my_computer)

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. It’s importing the os module.
2. It’s creating a variable called my_computer and setting it equal to the result of os.startfile(“C:”).
3. It’s printing the value of my_computer.

The os.startfile() function will open the specified file or URL. In this case, we’re opening the C: drive.

If you run the code, you’ll see that it prints None. This is because the os.startfile() function doesn’t return anything.

If you want to open a file or URL in your default web browser, you can use the webbrowser module.