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PostPosted: 16 Aug 2019 03:33:28    Post subject:  Easy Ways to Show Hidden Files Computers Articles | March 3
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If you would take a look at the many files that you have stored in your computer, you surely would be amazed at the hundreds upon hundreds of files you have saved over time. And there just might com...


If you would take a look at the many files that you have stored in your computer, you surely would be amazed at the hundreds upon hundreds of files you have saved over time. And there just might come a time when you would not remember where you stored a certain file. There would be more difficulty if you do not remember the exact location of your file, and the file in question is a hidden one. Thus, you would surely want to find an efficient way to show hidden files.


This is actually pretty simple, especially if your operating system is Windows. Just a few clicks of your mouse, and you can easily have in display all your hidden files in your system. First off, open your My Documents folder. Find the Tools tab at the top of this folder and click on it. A prompt would then pop out, giving you some options. You should then click on the Folder Options tab. Once this is expanded, click on the View tab, and click on the option ?Show hidden files and folders?. Click on the Apply tab at the bottom of the prompt, then hit OK. This will then reveal all hidden files in all of your drives. You can also perform the same operation using Windows Explorer. You will have to undergo the same steps to achieve the same results.


You also have to understand that the Windows operating system actually has reason for hiding some files intentionally. This is because the deletion of such files would most likely cause problems in running certain applications. Now, this scenario is actually a welcomed one, compared to the risks of causing an overall system crash. Yes, the deletion of certain files can indeed cause this. Of course, the person who deleted these files could be very well innocent because the deletion might be purely accidental. But just so that this could be avoided, Windows purposely hides these files from plain view.


There could also be times when you yourself intentionally hide these files because they have information that is sensitive in nature. These are the files that you do not want in public view, thus, you purposely keep them hidden. But what happens when you have forgotten the exact location of these files? Furthermore, what should you do if these files are password protected, and you just do not remember the password that you once set is?


There are actually a lot of software tools that you can download via the net, which can greatly help you in cracking passwords. These are freeware utility programs that you can get absolutely free of charge. They also come with a lot of useful features as well. As for your options to show hidden files here, it gets a little complicated. The simple method discussed above won?t work because you do not really know where the file is specifically located. Thus, you would have to conduct a security scan of your system, to determine the locations of hidden files, and if these hidden files were indeed authorized by you or some other user. This is a utility that you will have to install on your system. Fortunately, there are also free versions that you can get on the web for this.

One of the most critical infrastructures for restoring order to a catastrophic disaster is that of communication. Communication is necessary for those in need to call in their needs and to alert authorities of growing problems. In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina there is no cell phone use and those who have cell phones cannot use them because the towers are down, the power to the towers are down and by now anyone with a cell phone has dead batteries with no way to recharge them. Most cars are submerged andor were submerged and you cannot start them or use the batteries to charge thru the cigarette lighter adapters.

But those who have not discharged their cell phones or have 3G wireless phones with new technologies and lower use of batteries still have a chance. If even one cell tower is up and they are within range they have a chance of getting thru, but each time the system is busy they use up more of their batteries. If they do get thru they might be disconnected due to spotty service and distance from tower; you know the joke; "Can you here me now?"

Luckily we have technology now to improve cell service via mobile command units with cell tower repeaters and expandable giant beach ball shaped balloons, which are cell towers in the sky. Unfortunately it is tough for those communication command centers to get into the area. One idea is to put one on top of the Interstate Over Pass Interchange using a Giant Sikorsky Helicopter. They will have situational awareness and be able to have a direct line of site communication station. The other location should a top one of the largest building in New Orleans, which has back up power systems or put the Command Center on top with its own power source.

The communication station in the sky is a good idea and one of the best ways to insure communication and it is somewhat of a new technology, you can learn more here:

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Using a balloon or blimp with cellular phone equipment you can immediately restore power and information flows. Communication is the key to real time information to help those with real needs and connect the unconnected. If we tethered the balloon to one of the largest buildings we should be able to have cell service to get information from the battlespace and Soup Bowl Death Zone. Think on this for future disasters.

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