Today we will continue with a mini post that will show you how you can hide folders in Windows using a simple command in CMD.
To open a command prompt window you can type cmd (do not forget to enter after, because you will have to wait a long time) in the box that will open when you press the two keys Win + R together.
You can open the command prompt window by searching for cmd in Windows search.
Once you have opened the window and you are ready for the command let's see how you can hide a folder with the command line.
By hiding a folder you can also hide the data it contains from other users…
The command is the following, where iguru.gr is the name of the folder we want to hide from strangers.
attrib + s + h C: /iguru.gr
Display the folder
To display the folder, type the following command.
attrib -s -h C: /iguru.gr
In both of the above commands you have to change the path, ie the part of the folder that you want to hide or show. In our example it is in C: / (C: /iguru.gr) as shown in the image below).