8 ways to hide files and folders in OS X
Mar 13, 2013 2:13 PM -
Maybe you have a laptop want to be extra safe. Maybe you share a computer and want to keep some things private. Whatever your reason for wanting to keep some files or folders hidden, we found eight ways to do it.
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