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What do you do when loads of data on your computer needs to be cleverly hidden away from inquisitive family members or office colleagues? Software such as key lockers,or folder lockers, encryption utilities and others do a decent job, but is a costly method and leaves traces. here is the simple trick with which you can hide your data easily from others.
       This trick is very simple, but will not prevent a skilled spy from finding it! To do it, all you need is a separate partition to store all the data you want to hide.
Step1: 
         Create an additional partition and format it. Windows Vista and 7 users can use the Shrink Space option from the Disk Management Utility to create a new volume without repartitioning the hard drive. Windows XP or older users can use other partition manager utilities to create a new partition.
    If you already have an additional partition or drive, then you need nothing to do with this current step. Once you have created the partition, format it and transfer all your data to this new drive.

Step2:
        Now let’s assume that you have your sensitive data on drive ‘D’ and want to prevent it from showing up in the Windows Explorer. To do this you need to start the Group Policy Editor utility. Click ‘Start or Run’ and type ‘Gpedit.msc’ and press [Enter]. Here scroll down to ‘User Configuration or Administrative Templates or Windows Components or Windows Explorer’ on the left pane. Double-click on the ‘Hide these specified drives in My Computer’ on the right pane. In the following window, select ‘Enabled’ and choose the ‘D’ drive from the drop down list under ‘Options’. Apply the settings and exit.
 
The drive letter ‘D’ is now hidden from Windows Explorer. In order to access this drive in future, all you need is to enter ‘D:’ in the ‘Start or  Run...’ dialog box or in the address bar of Windows Explorer. Your drive will be accessible for your work since only you know it exists.

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