Computer tips tricks how to display folders, show files, show hidden files, show hidden files Showing hidden files can be done by simply right-click only, with no need to go into the settings in Folder Options. Or write command in the Command Prompt (cmd). OK, straight to the point only. There are several ways that can be used to display hidden files (hidden files). Either with the command at a command prompt like: attrib-H-Drive Names :/*.* S / S / D, for example: attrib-H-SD :/*.* / S / D. But this time we do not need to use a particular command, or adjustment of the Folder Options menu from Windows Explorer, through the registry, script, etc.. Here's how: The first way is already discussed in the previous post on How to add Right Click Menu with Shell Tools. Shell Tools installed after the same practice, we can show the hidden files more easily with just a right click menu and then select Show hidden files. The next way is to create a file. Bat, where the code is written in this file the same as when we are going to show hidden files via Command Prompt. This is especially useful if you can not enter the Command Prompt because the case, for example: the system has been attacked by a virus. So, please open Notepad and then the command like this: Attrib-H-SD :/*.* / S / D or attrib-h-sd :/*.* / s / d D is the drive name that will display hidden files. Then save the file before the name is up to you, but in the end with the sign. Bat. For example: show file.bat. So, if want to display the files in the selected directory, for example on the flash disk, we only need to use a mouse (the mouse) to display files and folders. Can also right-click, ie click the file earlier with a right click, then select Open, or double clicks the file earlier. May be useful.