Windows XP and Explorer - Hidden and System Files
Help and Tips
Toggle viewing system, hidden, and other protected files in Windows XP Explorer.
#1: View Hidden Files and Folders
Show previously hidden files and folders with Windows XP. This may help debug spyware or virus attacks.
#2: Hide or Show Protected Operating System Files and Hidden Folders
Toggle whether or not Windows XP should display files and folders that normally shouldn't be modified.
#3: Show System Folders
For diagnostic purposes, allow Explorer in Windows XP to display internal folders marked 'System'.
Help protect yourself from accidentally opening rogue files by forcing Explorer to show all files' extensions.
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