How to hide a folder, file and videos also permanently using command in windows?


Hello viewers in last session we will learn how to hide and show a partition of hard disk on your PC through command.  today we will learn here to hide a folder  using command so start here

learning how to hide folder, file and videos also.
 
First of all we learn to hide a folder, file and videos also.
 
Step 1: go to run using windows key+R

Step 2: then type cmd in run and press enter your command prompt will be open
Step 3: then type cd .. in command and press enter this process will repeat 2 times in command then your command prompt will be look like as given below in figure
if you want to hide folders, file and videos in other than c drive then change drive by command drive name:(only alphabet) like this I want to go in f drive then type  f:  and press enter figure shown below.
Step 4:  then type  attrib file and folder name(which wants to hide) +s +h  then press enter as given in figure below
example  : like I want to hide a folder from drive c its name was Usersthen I write in  command attrib Users +s +h my folder will be hidden figure will be shown below.
Now your folder, file and video was hidden successfully. Now your file will be not seen by showing  hidden files in view now your file was hidden permanently.
I think it is helpful to you.
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IN NEXT SESSION WE WILL LEARN ABOUT HOW TO SHOW YOUR PERMANENTLY HIDDEN FILE?

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