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Windows makes every thing too personal to be comfortable sometimes. Linux is still not an option to consider for many. So, is there a way to make your private information really private? Do you wanna lock and password protect some files inside a computer that can not be viewed by others? Of course you have software for that. But why would you like to have a software which can easily be done by a few tweaks. Here is a simple trick.


1.Suppose you have a folder named mhm in D:\mhm

2.In the same drive next to the folder create a new notepad file with the exact statement
ren mhm mhm.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}

3.Now save this text file as loc.bat

4.Create another notepad file and type
ren mhm.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D} mhm

5.Save this as key.bat

6.Now there are two batch files . Double click loc.bat and your folder will change into Control Panel and the contents inside the folder will not be obtainable simply.

7.To open the folder double click key.bat and you get back your original folder .

8. If you want, keep the file key.bat at some other place. Whenever you need to access that folder just copy and paste the file at the previous location and double click.

Isn't it simple but effective?



# re: How To Lock Your Folder without a Software  回复  更多评论   

2009-01-06 19:11 by Neil's NoteBook
i've tried, it's very useful and effective, better than the other way to hide files under windows os i saw ......