are metadata associated with computer files that define file system behavior. Each attribute can have one of two states: set and cleared. Attributes are considered distinct from other metadata, such as dates and times, filename extensions or file system permissions. In addition to files, folders, volumes and other file system objects may have attributes.
This tutorial will show you how to add an Attributes
context menu to quickly set and clear the file attributes below for files and folders in Windows 10
While you must be signed in as an administrator
to add or remove the context menu, all users are able to use it.
The Attributes context menu will not set or clear attributes of files or folders that you are not the owner
||The file is read-only.
||The file is a candidate for backup or removal.
||The file is a system file. That is, the file is part of the operating system or is used exclusively by the operating system.
||The file is hidden, and thus is not included in an ordinary directory listing unless you have Windows set to show hidden (faded) files, folders, and drives.
|Not content indexed
||To not allow files to have contents indexed in addition to file properties.