Learn How-To Change Settings For Hidden Files and Folders and also View File Extensions



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It is possible to hide and unhide files and folders in Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 (all versions) from the casual user that uses your computer. All versions of Microsoft Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8) automatically hide important system files and folders so you will not accidentally delete them which would be a very bad thing.


Every file on your computer has a file extension even though you can’t see any extension because it is hidden. A file extension is the group of letters that follow the file name and period at the end of a file. An example would be, “docx” at the end of the file name, “myMSWordFile.docx”. Under the, “Folder Options” it is possible to select options to view hidden files and folders and also hide them again. Under the same Folder Options you can choose to unhide and view file extensions. You can of course hide the viewing of file extensions again.

In the following Windows Vista video tutorial I will take you step-by-step and you will easily learn the following…
1. Find and open the, “Folder Options” through the Control Panel
2. Hide a File/Folder (make it invisible)
3. View hidden files and folders (and make them invisible again)
4. Unhide file extensions for all files in Windows (and make them invisible again)
5. Change file extensions



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