#1 – Creating an Invisible Folder
1 – Right click the targeted folder and select properties.
3 – Just select the icon located next to windows CD icon as shown below.
4 – Now we need hide our folder name, so right click the folder and select rename.
5 – Now hit alt key and type 0160 or 255.
6 – Just leave the alt key and hit enter.
7 – Your invisible folder is ready.Note – To find your invisible folder just hit ctrl+A and all your folders will get selected. Now you can easily locate the invisible folder.
#2 – Hide Your Drives in Windows
1 – Click start and search for cmd.
2 – Right click cmd and click on run as administrator.
3 – This will launch command prompt with administrative access.
4 – Now type diskpart and hit enter.
5 – Then type list volume to get the list of all your drives
6 – Now select the drive that you want to hide.
7 – So type select volume n (n is the volume number against the drive you want to hide).
For Ex – select volume 1.
8 – Now type remove letter C (C is a drive letter) and hit enter.
For Ex – remove letter C (this will hide c drive)
9 – That’s it, now your drive is hidden.
1 – Again click start and search for cmd.
2 – Right click cmd and select run as administrator.
3 – Now type diskpart and hit enter.
4 – Then type list volume and hit enter.
5 – Now select hidden drive by typing “select volume n”(n is the drive number against the drive you want to unhide).
For Ex – select volume 2.
6 – Now type “assign letter C” and hit enter. (C is a drive letter)
For Ex – assign letter C
7 – Done, your partition will is visible again.
#3 – Creating an Undeletable/Unrenamable Folder
Now How to Delete that Folder ?
#4 – Shutdown PC using timer
2 – Now in the textbox type shutdown -s -t 10 and click next.
Note: 10 is the amount of seconds before your computer shuts down.
3 – Now hit finish and you’re done.
4 – You can change the icon by right clicking then select properties – change icon and choose the one that looks cool.
#5 – Disable USB ports on Your PC
1 – Hit win key + R to launch the run window.
2 – Type regedit and click ok
3 – This will launch the Registry Editor.
4 – Navigate to –
5 – On right hand side, double click on Start .
6 – In the Value Data textbox, enter 4.
7 – Click on OK.
8 – Close Registry Editor and refresh your desktop.
9 – To enable access to your USB ports, again change the value of start to 3.