Posts Tagged ‘cmd’
Now many users use the Google Chrome browser.But the Google Chrome browser exists a big problem, it cached page data and other information in a directory called User Data in Localappdata .In Windows XP,the user is administrator,the fold path is C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\,in Windows 7,the fold path is C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\.
This directory can not be set.Only set on the C disk, this is more inconvenient, is also taking up a lot of disk space of C disk .My user data catalog has taken 1GB space .How to change the default localappdata in Google Chrome user data ? There are three ways: Read more
Now many users have installed Windows 8 on their computers.Windows 8 is so different from the previous Windows operating systems.Great changes have taken place in Windows 8.The most obvious is we can not see the shutdown button.For many users,it is very inconvenient.How to shut down the computer in Windows 8 becomes the new problem.There are several way to shun down the computer in Windows 8,maybe they are useful for you.
1.Use the "Win+i" shortcut key or use the mouse to right bottom/right corner of the desktop, bringing up the Charm menu toolbar. Click the "power" you will see the sleep, shutdown, restart options.Applies both traditional desktops and Metro interface. Read more
1.Click the "Run", type CMD, enter, then enter the CMD mode (command prompt).
2.In the command prompt type the command "md d:\secret..\"(there are two periods).Then you can see then secret. folder in the d:\ root directory.
3.You can try to double-click the folder,how,it will prompt an error.Now nobody can open this folder,Then you can copy some files which you want to hide,such as commercial confidentiality and any private pictures and so on.And it can not be deleted.It is very safe. Read more