How to Set or Unset The Read-Only Folder Attribute in Windows 7

How to Set or Unset The Read-Only Folder Attribute in Windows 7

By default, the folders in Windows 7 do not have a read-only attribute. Only files have a read-only attribute. Any changes to the folder's read-only box will only affect the files in the folder, then the read-only box will default back to blue when you check it again.

Right click the folder and click Properties
Note: The read-only box will always be filled with a blue box to show that the Read-Only attribute is not activated.

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