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In this tech video learn how to hide and unhide files and folders and edit them.
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How to Hide and unhide Files
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In this video tutorial, you’ll learn about folder options. Under folder options, there are many different settings which you could tweak. But for this video tutorial, I’ll concentrate on two settings.
The first setting would be heeding files and folders. By checking or un-checking the box, you could hide or unhide files and folders. The same thing you will learn is auto to hide and unhide file extensions. Here are my test files.
As you could see, none of them have file extension attached even all of them really do. They're just hidden.
First click the Start button. Click Control Panel. Click Classic View in case it’s not reselected. Click Folder Options. Click the new tab. Hidden Files and Folders. Normally it’s set to Do Not Show Hidden Files and Folders. This is how to create a hidden file.
Select a file and right click it. We’re going to properties, select that—Attributes, Read-only and Hidden. Check Hidden. Click Apply, OK. In here you could see that file has disappeared.
Select this radio dial, Show Hidden Files and Folders. Click Apply. Hidden file has appeared again. Now as you could see it’s kind of faded in to the background. That’s how you could tell it’s a hidden file when you unhide files and folders.
I’ll unhide it, Right click, Properties. Uncheck Hidden. Apply. I’ll just select this again. The file’s not hidden because I unhide the file.
The next option, hide extensions for knowing file types. You uncheck that, click Apply. As you could se now, the file extensions are shown for every file. Maybe you could go there and edit it although it is not recommended because you would not be able to view the files.
In case you ever need to change a file extension that is how to do it. Check this box again. Click Apply and file extensions disappear.
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