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Showing hidden files using command prompt.


Siberian Winter

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I can show hidden files using the 'Tools, Folder Options, View' path, but I was just wondering if anyone knows of a way to do this with a single action e.g. with the command prompt. My web searches only turn up ways to change the attributes of individual files/folders. It's not really a problem, I'm just looking for a shortcut :)

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difarn

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Are you familiar with Windows 7 Godmode? This article explains how to enable this - this sits on your desktop and provides a wealth of shortcuts.

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difarn

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Forgot to say that you can then create individual shortcuts on your desktop.

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Siberian Winter

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Brilliant! Many thanks.

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difarn

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You're welcome.

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