Hello, It's easy. Open my computer,go to tools on the top of the window. Click the view tab at the top. Double click the hidden files and folders icon. Click the show hidden files button.
No. Certain files are hidden by default. You can reveal them by opening any folder, clicking on tools, folder options. View Options, view hidden files and folders.
To view hidden folders open Windows Explorer or My Computer. From there select the Tools tab at the top of the window. Then click on Folder Options, from there select "view all hidden folders".
Yes, in Linux or Unix, this command will show all files including hidden files in the current directoryl. In general, hidden files are files whose name begins with a period "."
All the files under C:\Windows, which is what contains the OS.
By default, Windows hides the extensions of files when viewed in Windows Explorer and on the Windows desktop. You may unhide all known file types by opening Windows Explorer, selecting Tools > Folder Options, clicking the View tab, and removing the checkmark to Ã±hide file extensions for known files types.Ã®
Under M$ windows, "dir". Under *nix, "ls". "ls -al" will list ALL files and subdirectories (even the hidden ones which start with a '.' in a long format which is easier to read and tells you more information about the files).
Tools - Folder options and click View Tab. Enabling the option Show hidden files and folders will reveal you all those hidden files.
This is possible. You could backup all your important files, install windows 7 then restore all your files. You won't be able to migrate applications when you are downgrading
No, you can't. Some of hidden folders are system and required for OS to run.
If you just want to display the hidden files, run following command: dir /ah this will show you all hidden files and folders.. However if you want to change the attributes permanently, use attrib command..
No, it is not safe to remove the I386 Files from your windows XP Computer. Because with out those files your computer would not be able to function proporly. It needs those files to run Windows XP.
You need to change your Windows Defaults. This option is found in the Control Panel. You can choose which program to open files with by default. It sounds to me like all your files have a Windows Media Player Default setting on.
Programs store configuration files, caches, and other user-specific files as hidden files/folders in your home directory. To see a list of all of these files, use: $ ls -a ~ It is usually not a good idea to delete any of these files if you don't know what they are for.
A hidden file is any file or directory that starts with the character '.' (period). It is designed to eliminate common files from showing with the 'ls' command. Using the -a option for 'ls' will show all files.
All files, DOS, or Windows have attributes. Files can be Hidden, System, Read-Only, Archive, or any combination of them. For example, there are some important windows files that are hidden, read-only, and system. On a windows operating system, you can right-click the file, and choose properties from the menu. At the bottom, you should see the attributies of a file. In DOS ( only because you brought it up ) you would need to be in the directory of the the file and type "ATTRIB [filename]" to view the attributes. Type "ATTRIB /?" to read how to change the attributes.
For Windows XP: Click Start>>Run and Type %temp% and press Enter Delete all the files you see in the window For Windows Vista and Windows 7 Click on Start/Windows Logo then in Search type %temp% and press Enter Delete all the files you see in the window
There's actually no such thing as a "hidden" file or folder in Linux. In Windows, files and folders are hidden by setting a file attribute on them, and is used to prevent novice users from viewing or modifying them. In Linux, a file or folder can be "hidden" from most shells and file managers by simply prefixing a "." in front of the name (.settings, for instance). A simple 'View > Show hidden files' or "ls -a" is all it takes to list them. The purpose is thus purely for cosmetic / organizational purposes.
Hello! I have delete it! The virus create an infected copy of EXPLORER.EXE in the folders: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32 (or C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32) and C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DLLCACHE (or C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32\DLLCACHE) To remove it, start Windows in protected mode, then delete the files EXPLORER.EXE on these folders (there are hidden system files, then you have to enable to display hidden system files). That's all !!!!!!! Very easy. Aldito. This worm virus is probably running over existing IM files. Try to update your IM application and it will run over the virus files.
Easiest way is to open "my computer" to the Windows folder and tell it to display all files. Then delete. Then replace computer.
The Recycle Bin. Windows keeps a special folder, for each disk, for the deleted files; if you open the "Recycle Bin", Windows will show you the deleted files for all connected drives.Note that Windows keeps only a certain number of MB of files for each drive; once that is passed, the oldest deleted files are eliminated permanently, when additional files are deleted.
No. All of your previous files can be found in the C drive in a folder called "windows.old".
It is a Windows system file. You can`t do anything.
Just using windows you cannot do that.
Yes, exes work on all Windows Operating systems
You have to backup all your files (do not use windows backup utility use one those advanced versions) and then install windows. After that you have to the files back (where you would like to have them) There are some options which allow you keep your files and do not use the backup option it's called system repair. But it's not recommended because the OS can get unstable.