How To Lock The Folder ?


 STEP 1. 

 Open Notepad and Copy code given below into it.

    if EXIST “Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}” goto UNLOCK
    if NOT EXIST MyFolder goto MDMyFolder
    echo Are you sure to lock this folder? (Y/N)
    set/p “cho=>”
    if %cho%==Y goto LOCK
    if %cho%==y goto LOCK
    if %cho%==n goto END
    if %cho%==N goto END
    echo Invalid choice.
    goto CONFIRM
    ren MyFolder “Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}”
    attrib +h +s “Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}”
    echo Folder locked
    goto End
    echo Enter password to Unlock Your Secure Folder
    set/p “pass=>”
    if NOT %pass%== anuragdwivedi goto FAIL
    attrib -h -s “Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}”
    ren “Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}” MyFolder
    echo Folder Unlocked successfully
    goto End
    echo Invalid password
    goto end
    md MyFolder
    echo MyFolder created successfully
    goto End

STEP 2.  Save the notepad file as lock.bat (.bat is must)
STEP 3. Now double click on lock.bat and a new folder will be created with name MyFolder
STEP 4. Copy all your data you want to protect in that New folder
STEP  5. Now double click on lock.bat and when command promp appears Type Y and press enter.
STEP 6. Now MyFolder will be hidden from you view, to access that folde double click on lock.bat
STEP 7. It will ask for password enter your password and done. (Default password is anurag dwivedi)

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Who’s Winning, iOS or Android? All the Numbers, All in One Place


Who’s winning the mobile platform wars, Apple’s iOS or Google’s Android?

It’s one of the blogosphere’s favorite tech topics. Every new nugget of competitive information is fodder for an avalanche of coverage. Oftentimes, a story will declare that Android is beating iOS or that iOS is beating Android.

Really, though, it’s silly to obsess over any one data point. If what you’re after is a clear idea of how the world’s two dominant mobile operating systems are doing — rather than an excuse to make bold proclamations and/or cheer for your favorite — you want to consider lots of data points.

So that’s what I’m doing in this post. I’ve rustled up results from a bunch of studies, focusing on information that’s relatively fresh. (In some cases, it dates from the fourth quarter of 2012 — stats for the first quarter of this year are still scarce.)

A few…

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