Show / Hide file & folder

When I restart my PC the hidden file & folders are show then I tools click folder options on the order & check "do not show hidden file & folder" click ok, and then the shadow folder does not show. I want to display the files when I don't need every time.

Using Explorer (my computer for example), put in place the window exactly as you wish. that is, with the files/folders hidden. Click Tools > Folder Options > view tab check the box to not display these files/folders. Click on the button that says "Apply to all folders" before you apply/OK outside. You will get a prompt indicating that the settings apply to all the files that open in the future. MS - MVP - Elephant Boy computers - don't panic!

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