In order to prevent the deletion of a folder (or file, program, etc.) in Windows, locate the folder with the find function or with Windows Explorer, right click or select the File menu, select Properties, then click the Read-Only box. Files can still be saved to or deleted from the folder, but if you try to delete the folder it will warn you that the folder is read-only.
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It's the System folder. But if you are looking for windows/dos commands you'll find them in the Command folder
This depends very much on what you are trying to accomplish by running Windows 98 with a command prompt. If you want to launch the taskbar or open a folder, enter "explorer." If you want to launch a certain application, navigate to that program's folder (use the "cd" command to change, ie. "cd C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox" to change to that folder").
Windows 98 home publishing is for Windows 98. Windows 98 programs don't work well on Windows XP sometimes.
There are no unique features of Windows 98, nothing is unique about Windows 98.
first of all u create a folder then use: attrib -h <foldername> to hide it. u can also lock folder using dos by usin number key ...
There are several possible methods: 1. Burn a CD on the Windows 98 computer with the files you want to transfer. 2. Purchase a USB Flash drive and drag files from the Windows 98 computer onto it. Then plug the drive into the Vista computer and drag them back. 3. Share a folder over a network connection. 4. Use floppies.
Windows 98 came out in the year of 1998 that's why it's windows 98.
That is not possible. if you want to install Windows 98, you will need a Windows 98 CD.
Open my computer, tools, folder options, view. Select show hidden files and folders
Windows 98 does not include a firewall.
difference between Windows 98 and Windows 95
What is the difference between windows 3.11 and and windows 98
windows 98 is not compatible with NTFS
"Windows 9x" is the collective term for all operating systems in the 16/32-bit hybrid family. These are Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98 SE, and Windows ME. Windows 98 refers to a specific member or two members of this family.
On Windows Vista and Windows 7 it is Drive:\$Recycle.Binfolder.On older FAT file systems (typically Windows 98 and prior), it is located in Drive:\RECYCLED.In the NTFS filesystem (Windows 2000, XP, NT) it is Drive:\RECYCLER.
No - after Windows 98 came Windows Me & Windows 2000 - then Windows 7.
Start->Run-> REG add HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer /v DisableFolderOption /t REG_DWORD /d 0
There is no specific printer that you "need" for Windows 98. Any printer with a Windows 98 driver should work.
No. Windows XP and Windows 98 are installed from different CDs.
Possibly, but not usually. Windows XP was distributed for far longer than Windows 98, and a lot of hardware that is compatible with Windows XP isn't compatible with Windows 98. The newer the computer, the less likely it will work with Windows 98.
Most games written for Windows 3.1 or Windows 95 will run on Windows 98. Games that were only written with Windows 2000 or later in mind will usually not run on Windows 98.
yes it is. i used windows 98 before and it is so slow and crazy.
windows 98 old operating system windows vista new operation system don't compare this operating system eg: your a windows vista your grand father windows 98
The last version of Windows Media Player that will run on Windows 98 is WMP9. WinAmp 5.35 is the last version of WinAmp to support Windows 98. The last version of VLC to support Windows 98 (officially) is 0.8.6. The latest version of Media Player Classic still supports Windows 98.
No. The BIOS is a part of the motherboard, and operates independently of Windows 98.