Password Protect Folder Using Batch Script

Hey, fascinating and helpful protecting your folders with Password without using any third party software with full control over command prompt (CMD).

Still there are other ways available for you to protect your folders, some of them they charge for premium service before you could actually make full use of those softwares.

Steps involved:

1. Open Notepad and Copy code given below into it.

Password used it winadmin (see-> if NOT %pass%==).

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

Note: To change the password replace winadmin with new password in the above code

Cheers !

Thursday by Gyan Mainali · 0


Force Your Pc To Use 100% Of Available Bandwidth

Transmission capacity is typically controlled by your Internet Service Provider (ISP). At times there are programming components that impact your web association speed. Where such component is QoS (Quality of Service), for instance Windows Update, gushing features or sound, Voip applications, and so forth – anything that makes utilization of the QoS Packet Scheduler.

The reservation is 20% in Windows Xp, Vista & 7 and it is 80% on windows 8 and most recent forms. We have the choice to cripple this saved data transfer capacity to become acquainted with 100% of your data transmission. Be that as it may, please observe that the 20% saved data transfer capacity is just utilized when QoS applications need it. By arranging its setting in the Group Policy, you can undoubtedly constrain the reservable data transmission.

1. Open Run or cmd window and type gpedit.msc and press enter on your keyboard.

2. Now Local Group Policy Editor will open and navigate to Computer Configuration -> Administrative -> Network -> Qos Packet Scheduler.

3. Double click on Limit Reservable bandwidth. It will say it is not configured, but the truth is under the ‘Explain’ tab. i.e.”By default, the Packet Scheduler limits the system to 80 percent of the bandwidth of a connection, but you can use this setting to override the default”. Click too ENABLE reservable bandwidth, then set it to 0 (ie. 0%).

4. Restart your PC to effect the changes

Using Windows regisrty:
1. Open Run or cmd window and type regedit in the search box and press Enter on your keyboard.
2. In Regedit click your way through HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows
3. Right click on the Windows map and select New and Key from the dropdown menu and name the new mapPsched
4. Double-click on the new Psched map and right click in the empty white screen on the right
5. Select New and DWORD (32-bit) Value from the dropdown menu
6. Name the new Dword Value NonBestEffortLimit
7. Right-click on your new NonBestEffortLimit key and select Modify from the dropdown menu
8. In the Value Data field make sure the value is 0 so the reserved bandwidth percentage is set to 0%.
9. Click OK and restart your PC to make the changes

Cheers !

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