Hidden directory OLK414

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Do you know this directory: OLK414 who can be found under C:Documents and Settings%USERNAME%Local SettingsTemporary Internet Files This directory is hidden what ever you do unless you enter the full path into an address bar. Why can't we see it and is there other directory like this ?

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There are actually a range of OLK folders, but they’re similar in name.

However, to make all of this visible, you have to go to the C:drive folder options, and make all hidden files and folders visible. Then you can navigate to it.

Bob

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  • Ymichaud
    I'm already set to view all hidden and system files and folders but those seem to be special. Usually, when you press ctrl+a to select everything (in a folder), you will get a warning that some hidden files or directory won`t be selected or if I made a search to a specific file I know to be in this directory it won't be found even if I select to check in any system and hidden folder.
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  • Paul144hart
    I believe those are MS Office temp folders. OLK should be short for Outlook.
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