Tuesday, 2 October 2012

How to Create a Secured and Locked Folder in Windows XP

 
Here are the steps to create the protected folder in Windows XP:
  • First create a folder that you will use to store your confidential data. For example, I have created a folder called Fonts at the root of my D drive. Since the hidden folder will bring you to the Control Panel, it’s best to name the folder as one of the programs inside there.
createsecurefolder1
  • In the same location where you created the new folder, create a new file in Notepad, copy the following below into it, replace Fonts with the name of your folder and save it as loc.bat.
ren Fonts Fonts.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}
  • To save the file as a .bat file in Notepad, just put the whole thing in quotes, like “loc.bat” and then click Save.
hiddenfolder
  • Now you should have a bat file named loc in the same directory as your Fonts folder, not inside the Fonts folder.
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  • Create another NotePad file and type in the following listed below and save it as “key.bat”.
ren Fonts.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D} Fonts
  • Now you’ll have loc.bat and key.bat along with your folder. Go ahead and double-click on loc.bat and your folder will turn into the Control Panel and nothing inside can be viewed. Clicking on it will simply bring you to the Control Panel. You’ll notice the icon should have changed also.
protectedfolders
  • To view the data inside your folder again, click on key.bat and your folder will return to normal! Pretty simple!
Of course, keeping the key.bat file in the same folder will defeat the purpose of securing the folder, so it’s best to move the key.bat file somewhere else, or even better, put it on a USB stick or CD that only you can access.
Most people will be probably look at the folder and simply ignore it since it has the control panel icon and it links directly there. Of course, if someone knows this trick also, they can create their own key.bat file, etc and open it back up. However, if you’re dealing with someone who can do all of that, it’s best you check out more advanced 3rd party software to lock down a folder.
ALTERNATIVE METHOD:
If you’re having trouble with the above-mentioned method (from what I can see from the comments, a good number of people), then here’s another quick and free way to create a secure folder in Windows XP. There is a very nice program called Free Hide Folder from Cleanersoft that allows you to easily hide your private folders.
Your folders are completely hidden and you must supply a password to open the program to unhide the folders. The personal edition is free, just click the Skip Registration button unless you’re using it for commercial purposes.
free hide folder
I’ve tried this program myself and I cannot access the hidden folder via Windows Explorer nor the command prompt. So if the above method is not working, give this a shot!
Any questions, post a comment! Enjoy!

Sunday, 26 August 2012

Complete Details of RS-CIT


All About Computers
Introduction to Computers, Getting start with computers the keyboard

Window Vista
Windows Basic Skills, Organizing Your Work, Using Application

Word Processing
Overview of word processing, Document creation, editing, revising & refining Formatting ,Graphics, Photoshop , Tables, References Displays, Mail merge, Standard Templates

Spreadsheet
Overview of spreadsheets, Creating and editing a spreadsheet, Workbook management, Charts Formulae

Database Management system
Concept of Database Management System Tables, Forms, Queries and reports

Internet
Internet Basic, Navigating the web, Information searching, Communication using e-mail

Presentation Graphics
Overview of presentation graphics, Presenting information, Graphics, photoshop , Design templates, Animation schemes

Making IT Work for you
CD writing, Virus protection, Music, TV tuner cord, PC to mobile-sending SMS, Active desktop

THEORY
Information Technology, The Internet and you internet, Web and electronic commerce, Basic Application software, Specialized Application software, System software, System Unit, Input and output, Secondary storage, Communication and Networks

Duration
Regular: 132 hours in 12 weeks

Medium
English & Hindi Languages

Eligibility
Dedicate to learn I.T.

Education Qualification
10th standard desirable

How to apply
The learner should fill in application form available at Om Computers.

He/She has to affix a photograph and sign on the application form.

The fee has to be paid in cash to the IT-GK & is non-refundable and non-transferable.

Please visit Om Computers IT- Gyan Kendra (IT-GK) for more detail.

Study Material
Multimedia Content with rich Voice over Delivered through Learning & Content, Management system

Summarized and well explanatory books with the focal point on basic computers & information technology.....

RS-CIT:-
Rajasthan State Certificate in Information Technology course is approved by the Govt. of Rajasthan & Launched by Rajasthan Knowledge Corporation Limited. RS-CIT is a unique IT Literacy program that offers novel curriculum comprising of theory as well as hands on practice on different office application software tools.

This program of IT literacy is one of its kind being offered at affordable cost, with high quality and mass personalization.

Under the RS-CIT program, RKCL offers excellent study material in the form of highly illustrated international quality book and interactive multimedia learning units comprising of inform and perform type of content. This Content is delivered through learning and Content Management System. A state-of-Art academic delivery mechanism leads to online examination and instant e-Certification.

EXAMINATION:- On-Line end examination and certification by Vardhaman Mahaveer Open University, Kota, along with instant provisional certificate immediately on completion of examination.

Promoting I.T. Literacy For
Education, Empowerment, Livelihood

COMPUTER CERTIFICATION COURSE (3 Month duration)

Qualification Tenth to Bachelor Degree Fee

Rajasthan State Certificate Course in Information Technology (RS-CIT)_____________ 2,700

Saturday, 25 August 2012

Tuesday, 14 August 2012

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