Contents of the SECRET.DOC file
GENERAL FUNCTION: To allow special subdirectories on a drive that are not
revealed by DIR.
WHY IS IT NEEDED? There is no way in DOS to conceal entire subdirectories.
HOW TO USE IT: These three programs all run analogously to MD,CD, and
RD, except that they take no DOS arguments.
To create a "secret" subdirectory, run MDSECRET. You will
be prompted for a name of up of 7 characters.
To copy files into your secret subdirectory, make it your current
subdirectory by running CDSECRET, then copy files into it. You will be
prompted for the secret subdirectory name. You can then use the normal
CD command to change subdirectories, as well as all normal DOS commands
To remove a secret subdirectory, first make it your current directory,
then delete all files in it, and change subdirectories to one not within
your secret subdirectory. Then run RDSECRET, which will prompt you for
the name of the secret subdirectory to remove.
OTHER EFFECTS: None
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Works with DOS 2.x and 3.0.
SOURCE OF PROGRAM: Unknown.