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Hiding A Folder

Post by Doctor Inferno on 14th May 2008, 1:02 pm

1. create a new folder anywhere you want.

2. Hide the name for folder:
Enter 0160 by holding down "Alt-key" while typing "0160" this will create an invisible name

3. Hide the Folder Icon
Right click on the folder icon select "Properties" select the tab "customize" and select "change icon" scroll along and you should a few blank spaces click on any one and click OK and save the settings.

The folder will be look invisible to hide all your files.

To change it back simply change the icon and rename it.


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Re: Hiding A Folder

Post by TeReX on 18th May 2008, 2:47 am

nice trick... Thank You!

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Re: Hiding A Folder

Post by vikneshwaren on 26th December 2008, 6:38 am

When i press alt key ican't type 0160 in the rename field...it was just asit is as"new Folder"









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Re: Hiding A Folder

Post by Japanese on 10th February 2009, 8:59 pm

Uhm its not working, like I'm using a laptop, and it has all the numbers in a row. So it doesn't work what do I do?

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Re: Hiding A Folder

Post by Doctor Inferno on 11th February 2009, 7:49 am

Enable Num Lock by pressing Fn+Num Lock. On the key JKL you will see 123 etc.

Press those keys.


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