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I mistakenly hide my files

I can not find my files anywhere in my computer. i went to my comp. view hidden files> some of them worked out but the important one is still missing. would you please help me with my problem. thx Eren eren1905@hotmail.com

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Try unhiding operating system files may be u hav hidden them there.
try the windows search with "search hidden files" option on.
May be this helps you.I hope you renember the file name.

Next time if you want to hide anything from any one just change the extension of the file and when you need it back change the extension back to origional and run your program.

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Hi Mykk

If you are using Microsoft windows then follow the following steps to hide any files and folder:

1. Right click the file or folder that you want to hide
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To Unhide your files or folder follow the steps from 10-15, by just making changes in step 13.
You just have to select the radio box i.e. "Show hidden files and folders.
(Rate me after you have got ur solution)

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