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Notepad Trick To Create Hidden Folders

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Notepad Trick To Create Hidden Folders

Post by Co-Admin on Fri Dec 19, 2008 10:29 pm

Today I will be sharing a pretty unknown trick to create hidden text files using nothing but Notepad, you can use this simple trick to hide plain text data without using any third-party utility or simply use it to impress your friends showing your geekness, the text files created using the method below won't show anywhere in DOS or Windows irrespective of the hidden and system display file-settings, the files created using this can only be accessed if you know the correct file-name used while creating the file.

Simple follow the steps below to create hidden text file:
Launch Windows command prompt from Start Menu -> Run -> Type cmd and press Enter.
Using DOS commands navigate to the desired folder.
Now type in notepad VisibleFile.txt:HiddenFile.txt and hit Enter, you can change VisibleFile.txt and HiddenFile.txt to names of your choice (notice the : between both file-names), You will be prompted to Create a New file click Yes as shown below.




Now enter data you want to hide, save the file and close notepad.
Visit the file-save location, you will see your VisibleFile.txt file (non-hidden) there, you can open the file and enter any text of your choice as any other normal text file

The hidden file HiddenFile.txt will not be visible under Windows Explorer or DOS.
To open and read/write your hidden file, type in the command notepad VisibleFile.txt:HiddenFile.txt (change filenames with your own used during Step 3 above) at DOS command prompt and hit Enter.




Do note that if the visible file (VisibleFile.txt) is deleted your hidden file (HiddenFile.txt) will also get deleted.

Now thats Microsoft wat of Hardlinks isnt it =]

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Re: Notepad Trick To Create Hidden Folders

Post by Guest on Sat Dec 20, 2008 8:28 pm

I lik ur way of posting the tutorial !!

Keep posting !!


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