How to hide files in the Local C drive?

I opened the local C drive and clicked on the file of Windows. I then clicked to view the files and now do not know how to hide them again!
Stupid probably and perhaps siple to sort - but I don't know how and I don't want to delete anything in the folder by mistake.

Open Windows Explorer. Click Tools > folder options > view > hidden files and folders.
It use option Show hidden files and folders.

That s it!

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