Here is a cool way to get a shortcut to show the hidden files and folder.I read it at Cybernews.com and found it quite interesting.I hope you will like this post as well and will show your appreciation in the form of comments.
1. Open up Notepad and paste in the following text:
2. Save the file with any name you want, but make sure to designate the extension to be “.vbs”:
3. Run the file that you just saved. Give it a few seconds to take affect, but you should see the results without even having to restart Windows Explorer.
4. If you want you can place this script file anywhere you’d like on your computer, and then you can create a shortcut to it by right-clicking on the file. I recommend placing a shortcut to the file in the Windows Explorer Favorites for fast access from the Favorites menu.
By default the script will prompt you with the current setting for the hidden files each time you run the script. That way you know whether you are turning them on or off. If you don’t want to see the prompts just remove the following two lines that I’ve highlighted in the code:
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