How to Make a File or Folder Undeletable in Windows
As we all know, it's important to keep our personal and confidential files secure. We store all sorts of sensitive information on our computers, like financial records, important documents, and cherished photos.
The last thing we want is for them to accidentally get deleted by us or someone else. Windows does offer some security features, but if you want to make sure your files and folders are truly undeletable, you'll need to take some extra steps.
In this guide, we'll cover the built-in options provided by Windows that give you an extra layer of security. By implementing these techniques, you can breathe easy knowing that your valuable data is safe from accidental deletion.
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