To find the hidden desktop folders.

I have a right-click on a folder on the desktop. In general, tab there is a 'hidden' option and 'read only '. I intend to have a password for the file and I selected the hidden option and then on OK. The record got disappered from the desktop. The folder contained important files and now I want to restore the file to its original position, i.e., office. Help, please

I have a right-click on a folder on the desktop. In general, tab there is a 'hidden' option and 'read only '. I intend to have a password for the file and I selected the hidden option and then on OK. The record got disappered from the desktop. The folder contained important files and now I want to restore the file to its original position, i.e., office. Help, please

Hi siham

Press the Windows Logo key + E to open Windows Explorer.

Click the organize button, select the folder and Search Options. Click the view tab.

Select the option Show hidden files folders and drives . Click apply/OK.

Back on the Office, click on the hidden folder and restores the changes made.

Once the folder is reaffiche, go to Windows Explorer and select the option hide drives, folders and hidden files .

Kind regards

Thank you for using Windows 7

Ronnie Vernon MVP

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