These are the files that are potentially hidden in your system. In most cases, these hidden files become giant and take up the system’s storage. But, it is important to know how to track them. Whether these files are big in size or not, you can definitely be able to track them with ease. With Every File Tool (EFT), you can track them in a couple of secs. Here’s how.
Step 1: Click on File Cleaner, then click “Hidden Files”.
Step 2: Click Add to add a folder(s). You can also select the whole drive. In this case, we add the desktop to see if there are any hidden files.
Step 4: Click on the “Start Scan” button to start tracking hidden files.
After hitting the Scan button, EFT’s algorithm will then look for every single hidden file in your system, take a look below.
This whole tracking progress will take just a few secs to track every single hidden file on your system. Sounds Great? Yeah, it is.
Now, as you can see above, the hidden files are tracked successfully. We can move to Step 5.
Step 5: You can select files by clicking checkboxes one-by-one, or selecting all from above. Click on “Select Action” to copy, move or delete hidden files.
You can also export results to a CSV or HTML file by clicking Export Result next to Select Action.