Friends Hide your folders with out using any soft
just go to

run.....>

cmd....>

note 1 "_" give 1 space on that place

note 2 ex:- if your folder is at D drive then

-->first you D: and press enter after you write below command

-->Attrib "your folder name"_+r_+a_+s_+h

-->enter

-->if you want to view that folder then

you write same command use with -

like -->attrib "your folder name"_–r_–a_–s_–h

For example:

->first you D: and press enter after you write below command

-->Attrib "Wehackers"_+r_+a_+s_+h

-->enter

-->if you want to view that folder then

you write same command use with -

like -->attrib "Wehackers"_–r_–a_–s_–h

Note:
replace "_" by space

8 comments

  1. Anonymous // December 23, 2007 at 2:27 AM  

    i cudn't even understand a single thing. pls explain with proper example.

  2. Anonymous // November 5, 2008 at 1:28 AM  

    gr8.....

  3. manish // June 2, 2009 at 3:04 PM  

    bakbas us folder kokoi bhi delet kar sakta hai

  4. Anonymous // June 21, 2010 at 10:39 AM  

    thanks a lot...

  5. aanchal // January 22, 2011 at 1:09 PM  

    if i forget the path of the folder how to retrieve that folder back... i mean any way to know dt path or view that folder

  6. DEV // June 3, 2011 at 12:19 PM  

    Just Follow the simple instructions below.

    1. Maybe you want to try it out on an empty folder in case something goes wrong. So first create a folder in drive C , let say you name it as “devd” ( or anything ) without the quotes.
    2. Next, open your command prompt ( Start > Run > type “cmd” in the Run box without the quotes )
    3. Within the command prompt, type “attrib +s +h C:\devd” ( again without the quotes )
    4. This command will make your folder completely invisible and it can not be seen even in hidden files and folders. Try search for the folder, I am sure it returns no result. It’s cool right?
    5. To make the folder visible again type “attrib -s -h C:\devd”
    6. And of course you can lock other folder too, by changing the location C:\devd to address of your folder.
    thanx u very much
    i am DEV-d ...electronics engineer...:) :P

  7. Anonymous // November 1, 2011 at 2:27 PM  

    VERY FANTASTIC IDEA AND NICE MIND BLOWING ,
    I AM GOURI FROM BHAGALPUR BIHAR, INDIA ,
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  8. Anonymous // July 15, 2012 at 2:06 PM  

    @ DEV

    ITS AMAZING, I WAS SEARCHING THIS TRICK FOR SUCH A LONG TIME & YOU FINALLY HELPED ME .. THANKS A LOT.

    BUT CAN I APPLY THIS TRICK TO HIDE FOLDERS IN MY DETACHABLE HARD DISK TOO ???
    -- rahul (mailtordas at gmail dot com)