Hard Disk Drives
How do you recover hidden folder after a drive being formatted?
Asked in Computer Networking, Microsoft Windows
A minus sign next to a folder indicates that content hidden?
Asked in Computer Maintenance, iPod
Why do you delete thumbnails from your computer?
Asked in Microsoft Windows
When copying files the folder containing the files to be copied is called what?
Asked in Windows 2000
What are folder attributes in windows 2000 professional?
Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Scripting Guide File systems typically support the concept of attributes, information about a file or folder that goes beyond the folder name and size. For example, if you right-click a folder in Windows Explorer and then click Properties, you can access the attributes for that folder. Figure 4.2 shows a folder with the following attributes set: Read-only Hidden Ready for archiving Compressed Figure 4.2 Folder Attributes in Windows Explorer The FileSystemObject can be used to return several important attributes of a folder. These attributes, and their FileSystemObject values, are listed in Table 4.4. Table 4.4 Folder Attributes Used by the FileSystemObject Constant Value Description Hidden 2 Indicates that the folder is hidden, and not visible by default in My Computer or Windows Explorer. System 4 Indicates that the folder is a System folder. In general, it is a good idea not to modify the properties of a system folder. Directory 16 Standard value applied to all folders. All folders accessed by the FileSystemObject will have, at a minimum, the bit value 16. Archive 32 Archive bit used by backup programs to determine the files and folders that need to be backed up. Enabling the archive bit will ensure that the folder is backed up during the next incremental backup. Disabling the archive bit will prevent the folder from being backed up during the next incremental backup. Compressed 2048 Indicates whether Windows compression has been used on the folder.