How to make Inaccessible and Undeletable folders in windows?

1. Open the command prompt in your system (Press Win key+R, type ‘cmd’  and hit ‘Enter’).

2. Type the following syntax into the command prompt.

   cacls <folder_name> /e /c /d %username%

3.If you will try to open and delete the folder.The following messages will be shown.

4. When you want to access and delete the folder then follow this command.

 cacls <folder_name> /e /c /g %username%:f
NOTE: The file system should be NTFS. Otherwise, this technique will not work.

What is NTFS?

NTFS (NT file system; sometimes New Technology File System) is the file system that the windows NT operating system uses for storing and retrieving files on a hard disk. NTFS is the Windows NT equivalent of the Windows 95 file allocation table (FAT) and the OS/2 High Performance File System (HPFS). However, NTFS offers a number of improvements over FAT and HPFS in terms of performance, extendibility, and security. NTFS allows you to gain the maximum benefits for the needs of today’s enterprise business environments from Windows Server 2003, such as increased security, more robust and reliable performance, as well as a design for greater storage growth, features not found in FAT.


If you are a movie maniac and love watching movies at home by downloading them you would read terms like Bluray , CAM, Webrip, BRRip, BDRip, DvdRip, HDTV, Web-DL etc in their daily lives, you should be knowing that all these are different types of pirated movie release formats.

BRRip – Its a DVD format for the storage of HD and UHD video and data, designed to supersede the DVD format, called BD (BlueRay disk)

BDRip – term used for same format encoded directly from the BluRay disk, not equivalent to BD but better than DVD in 720p/1080p formats

CAMRip – Its a movie recorded in theater; also called theater rip usually done with a digital video camera

DVDRip – Copy of movie ripped from DVD having similar or lesser resolution HDRip – ripped from HD movie HDTV – movie recorded from content aired on HD television WebRip – Content ripped from a non-DRM streaming service, such as Hulu, Crunchyroll or WWE Network. Similar quality as WEB-DL

WEB–DL – This is a movie or TV show downloaded via an on-line distribution website (web download), such as iTunes. The quality is quite good since they are not re-encoded. An advantage with these releases is that they mostly have no network logos on screen, just like BD/DVDRips.

Asian Silvers / PDVD – Silvers are very cheap and easily available in a lot of countries, and its easy to put out a release. PDVDs are the same thing pressed onto a DVD.