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How to make your own little secret not be viewed, but also you can be honest in front of others. Today, I want to show the users the super "encrypted" folder of Windows XP. It is called "super" because others can’t open it, remove it, search it, and even do not need the passwords. It will make you break away from the history of sneaky hiding files, looking for encryption utility to encrypt "hidden" file.
    The first step: creating a super folder
    In the "Start" menu "Run", you can type "CMD", enter the DOS window. Then you enter the "md file name .. \" (file name can be freely taken, it is recommended you take the English name, easy to type) in the path of a folder you want to create, the author name this as "driver not to move", as shown.
    Created, there will be more of a "driver not to move" folder in the corresponding path.
    The second step: display of Super Folder’s function
    After creating a folder, you should find the location of the folder you just created in "My Computer", and then try the following operations: open, delete, search.
    1. When opening the folder, it will pop up error message: "C: \ system file not to move. It refers to an unavailable location ...";
    2. When deleting the folder, it will pop up error message:"Can’t delete the file: Can’t read source file or disk";
    3. When searching for the content of the folder, it will suggest that "the search is completed, no results can be displayed."
    The third step: save "classic" in the folder
    Conventional methods can not open the folder, so we should take the way that other people don’t know to enter the folder, then put "personal classic" into it. In the "Start" menu "Run", you can type "the path of storing folder" (for example: D: \ driver \ driver program not to move..\), so that you can do read, write, delete and other operations in the folder and you never need to worry about the virus to enter!
    The forth step: Remove the super-folder
    Everything should be easy created and also easy removed, so that it can attracts customers. Likewise, deleting the folder is very simple, and there is no need any aids of the help that we just need to type "CMD" in the "Start" menu "Run", enter the DOS window, type "rd folder name.. \" in the path the folder stored.
Note: delete the folder before you must first ensure that the folder is empty, otherwise the system can’t be deleted.
    Thus, anything you do not want people to see can be stored in it, take an "encryption", benefit from it during a lifetime.


Article Source: computercare
Article Submitted On: 2011-09-01 08:34:43
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