Untitled folder in Windows 7
Have you ever thought about what might be a Unnamed folder in Windows 7? Then it's time to think about that, as long ago, PC users have the opportunity to create not just a normal folder, but something more unique... The uniqueness of the created folder is that it has no name, which turns it into a kind of unique addition for your system that looks very individual and not very common. Of course, one of you will not understand the meaning and purpose of creating such a folder, but we would like to add that at the expense of such a folder you can:
- Make your system more unique;
- Show off your unnamed masterpiece to your friends;
- Select one single folder among dozens of similar ones.
In general, whichever option you choose to start creating an anonymous folder, in any case it will be an exciting action that will not take much time, but will bring a lot of pleasure.
How to make a folder without a name in Windows 7?
In the beginning, everything flows as if you were creating a normal folder ... Right-click on the free area of the Desktop so that the context menu appears and in it we hover the cursor to the "Create" item, and then moved it to "The folder."
After the Folder is created, you will see that by default, it has the name "New Folder".
Now, you hold down the "Alt" button on the keyboard and do not release it, type the numeric value "255" on the numeric keypad block on the right.
In order for the changes we made to the folder name to take effect, it remains only to press the "Enter" button.
It is also worthwhile to draw your attention to the fact that by contacting the "Properties" you will see that the Folder is not as not named.
How do I rename a folder and make it untitled in Windows 7?
Suppose that creating a folder from scratch, you are not satisfied and you want to replace the existing folder name with an empty area in the name. In this case, you have to right-click on the folder and select "Rename" from the context menu.
Now, you see that the folder name is highlighted in blue, and therefore, we hold down the "Alt" button on the keyboard and dial "255" on the digital block again, after which we press the "Enter" button on the keyboard.
Whichever option you choose to achieve your goal, you will in any case have the opportunity to see what a full Folder with no name in Windows 7 is because its creation is so simple, that even the most novice user can handle it.