SuperFolder is a reliable and easy to use software utility developed as a means of creating a particular type of folders on your PC, which cannot be renamed, accessed, erased or moved to a different location.
The program is fairly simple to work with, requiring a basic level of experience or knowledge in working with computers. Its only requirement is that Command Prompt be enabled, otherwise it is not able to perform its functions properly.
The main window of SuperFolder allows you to browse through your system and select the directory you want to target, then choose a 'Name' from the drop-down menu, all of which are keywords forbidden by Windows, for instance 'Con', 'Prn', 'Aux', 'Nul', 'Com1' or 'Lpt1'. You can pick whichever you prefer, then press on the 'Create SuperFolder' button.
Subsequently, inside the previously selected directory, the application will create a folder which cannot be removed from its location, any attempt at it displaying an error message stating that the source is not accessible, either because 'The Handle Is Invalid', 'Incorrect Function', or any other reason.
Similarly, SuperFolder prevents the directory from being renamed or deleted, simply being unresponsive to any action you wish to perform. This way, no one will be able to move your folders, change their name at random or delete them.
If, on the contrary, you wish to get rid of the superfolder, you need to go through the same steps as when you created it. This means you have to load the directory inside which it can be found, select the name you had given it, then click on the 'Delete SuperFolder' button, which will instantly remove it.
In conclusion, SuperFolder is a useful application whose main purpose is to provide you with the possibility of creating directories that no one will be able to delete, rename or move around your computer.