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Show Compressed and Encrypted Files in Color in Windows 10

File Explorer, the default file manager app in Windows 10, is able to show compressed and encrypted files in color. This can be very useful because it allows the user to quickly identify those files. Here are two methods you can use to enable this feature.

Compress Files on NTFS with LZX Algorithm in Windows 10

As you may already know, it is possible to enable NTFS compression for files and folders in Windows 10. Unlike ZIP file compression, with this compression type, you do not need to create an archive file. Compression will happen on-the-fly and the files can be accessed transparently as they were before compressing. Windows 10 supports NTFS compression natively like previous versions of the OS, but it supports a number of newer algorithms including LZX, which was not available prior to Windows 10.

How to Compress Files and Folders in Windows 10

In this article, we will see how to enable NTFS compression for files and folders in Windows 10. Unlike ZIP file compression, with this compression type, you do not need to create an archive file. Compression will happen on-the-fly and the files can be accessed transparently as they were before compressing. Windows 10 supports NTFS compression natively like previous versions of Windows.

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