Delete All Facebook Wall Posts From Your Facebook Timeline

The following process describes how to bulk delete posts from your Facebook timeline.

Please note:

  • will not be held liable for any data loss caused by these instructions (deleting posts etc). Use at YOUR OWN risk.
  • The script should not unfriend any of your friends, or delete any of your uploaded images or videos – however it was written and is maintained by a third party (Greasy Fork) – so I cannot guarentee what it exactly does.
  • There may be some posts left over due to Facebooks’ ‘Older posts’ feature hiding these posts.
  • To be certain that all posts have been removed I suggest that after the tool has completed you repeat step 4 ensure the timeline is completely cleared.
  • It’s also worth noting that the Facebook data is stored on multiple servers. So it may take several days, or weeks for the information to be completely removed. So some of your friends might see posts that you have deleted until all servers know that you have chosen for it to be deleted.


To complete this process, you will need to use
  1. Firefox browser,
  2. Greasemonkey addon
  3. Facebook Timeline Cleaner script written by Greasy Fork.

Step 1: Install Firefox

If you don’t already have the Firefox browser installed, you can install it here:

Step 2: Install the Greasemonkey addon

With Firefox open, go to:
Click on the ‘Add to Firefox’ and follow the prompts to install Greasemonkey.

Step 3: Install the Facebook Timeline Cleaner script

With Firefox open, go to:
Click on ‘Install this script’ and follow the prompts.

Step 4: Open your Facebook Activity Log and start the delete process

1. With Firefox open, open your Facebook profile (click on your name at the top right of the page) then click on the ‘View Activity Log’ button 

2. You should see the following at the top of the page, if you do not press F5 on your keyboard to refresh the page

3. Leave ‘Autoscrollen’ (auto scroll) enabled

4. Tick ‘Run’

5. Choose the a day range that you want to delete (optional – depending on the next step)

6. Now using the ‘Privacy Extension’ button on the right, select what you want to do – for example, ‘Delete everything older than X Days’
7. Click ‘OK’ to the warning message.

8. The process will now start. It will automatically scroll through your Activity Log and either hide or delete your posts are you specified.

9. If it cannot delete a post, for example where you were tagged, it will hide it from your timeline.

10. The script should not unfriend any of your friends, or delete any of your uploaded images or videos – however it was written and is maintained by a third party (Greasy Fork) – so I cannot guarentee what it exactly does.

11. You will notice your browser and computer are slow whilst the process happens – this is because it’s a very intensive process to load all the posts and delete them. You will need to be patient and wait – depending on how many posts you have, it may take hours to complete – which will still be faster than manually deleting.

12. I suggest you leave the computer alone whilst it runs, do not navigate away from the Activity Log or open other browser tabs.

Hide/Unhide Data in Files, Folders, USB Drives

A software called WinMend Folder Hidden is used to hide files/folder either in your computer or in your removable drive. If you have a common computer in your home then I am sure some day or the other you must have thought about hiding some of your files from others. Gone are the days when you can simply hide your data using the Windows built-in hiding option, unless you’ve got non tech-savvy elders or toddlers (yeah toddlers not kids because even those 6 year old know a lot about computers these days than you knew when you were six). So, you need to get smarter when it comes to hiding files.

To begin with, download and install WinMend on your computer.

Download Link: WinMend Folder Hidden

Initial Run

For the installation of the software I would not elaborate here as it is rather simple. After the software get installed, run the program by clicking on the desktop shortcut or run from start menu program.

On the first run, it will ask you for a password. This password is set by yourself, which will be required to enter every time you run this software to hide/unhide files or folder. For security purpose, try to insert a long password, ideally 15~20 characters, with number and alphabet mixed.

Then you will come across to the software interface as shown below:

Hide Files/Folder

Obviously, the top right two buttons ‘Hide Folder’ and ‘Hide File(s)’ are used to hide files/folder.  To hide a folder, click ‘Hide Folder’ button, browse to the folder you would like to hide, and then OK. The same process can be done to hide files (Multiple selection allowed), except you click on ‘Hide File(s)’ for it. Series of screenshots below shows the process of hiding:

1) Click ‘Hide Folder’ or ‘Hide File(s)’

2) Browse for your files or folder

When the status is written red ‘Hidden’ means you have already successfully hide your files/folder. The hidden files/folder will not reveal themselves even the option ‘Show Hidden Files’ in Windows is enabled. They will only appear when you unhide them using the same software (apparently). I had even tried to uninstall the software and reinstall it, with deleting all the registry related to WinMend, I still can’t seem to reset the password that has been set during earlier installation phase. It seems quite secure for me, especially for home users.

Unhide Files/Folder

When you require to access the hidden files/folder, just start up the software, enter your password, select (mark the checkbox) the files/folder that you would like to unhide, click ‘Unhide’, and you’re done. Simply and straight forward. Check the sequential screenshots below if you can’t get it:

1) Enter the password

2) Tick the checkbox for the files/folder wanted to unhide

3) Click ‘Unhide’

4) You are done. They are visible now. (Status is Visible)

This software is provided by WinMend for free which is of course a good thing for every computer user, however, this is only meant for home user, or can be used to hide non-private and confidential documents. For company and business user, they possibly found this software inadequte to protect office used or business related important documents, as this software is unable to provide a very secure way in protecting those documents, as mentioned in the official documentation of WinMend Hidden Folder, which they mentioned it is best for home user only.

Points to remember

Please do take a good note of these points before you start using the program.

  •     There is no password hint or password reset option in the program and thus if by any chance you forget your password, all your data will be hidden forever.
  •     If you uninstall the program while it’s hiding any of your data it will be hidden unless you reinstall the program and unhide it.

Features of WinMend

  •     The interface is very simple and easy to use.
  •     The files are hidden instantly and are hidden from administrators and any other programs.
  •     FAT, FAT32, NTFS volumes are supported.
  •     You can hide your data on Removable Drives as well and the data hidden in these drives will be invisible not only your computer but on every computer you read the device.
  •     It’s free to use without any limitation of any kind.


Install Windows 7 From A USB Drive

With this Bootable USB guide all you need to ensure is that your motherboard supports USB booting, and this is a common feature now for most of the computers. The method is very simple and you can use without any hassles.

What you need:
– Windows 7 DVD install disc or ISO image
– USB Drive (4GB+ and as fast as you can get)
– Running Windows Operating system
– Working set of hands and eyes
– A few minutes of your life

Before going any further, make sure you have removed any important files on your drive to a safe location, what we are about to do next is to erase the entire contents of the drive.
Insert your DVD of Windows 7 into the computer, but don’t start the normal install process.
Open your ‘My Computer’ and make a note of the drive numbers of both the USB drive and the DVD drive with Windows 7 files on it.


Step 1: Plug-in your USB flash drive to USB port and move all the contents from USB drive to a safe location on your system.

Step 2: Open Command Prompt with admin rights. Use any of the below methods to open Command Prompt with admin rights.

*Type cmd in Start menu search box and hit Ctrl+ Shift+ Enter.


*Go to Start menu > All programs > Accessories, right click on Command Prompt and select Run as administrator.

Step 3: Type in the following commands in the command prompt:

First type  


this loads the diskpart application we need to proceed

 Then type


the image above shows our 32 GB USB drive is listed as DISK 2

so you have to type

(your USB Drive may have a different number, don’t follow exactly this text it depends on your usb drive)

You will get a successful response “Disk 2 is now the selected disk”

Next we want to clean the USB drive



you will get a successful response ‘DiskPart succeeded in cleaning the disk”.

After the drive is cleaned follow the list in the image above (detailed below in list order) – you can also note the successful text responses from the OS as you enter each command.

SELECT DISK 2 (or what number your USB drive has)





Formatting can take a little time depending on the size of the drive, our 32GB unit took about 10 minutes to format - you will see a percentage readout until it is finished.

Next type:


EXIT (DISK PART will exit)

Type D: CD BOOT (substitute the “D” if necessary with the letter of your Windows 7 DVD drive)

then key



BOOTSECT.EXE /NT60 E: (substitute the “E” if necessary with the letter of your now ready USB drive) – we are telling the system to create a boot sector file on the USB drive.

Now you can exit the command prompt and copy all the files on the Windows 7 DVD to the USB drive.

Once this step is finished you’ll be ready to boot from this drive, all you need to do is configure your motherboard bios setup to boot first from USB rather than hard drive or optical drive. If you don’t know how to do this, refer to your specific motherboard manual or search the internet.

Now, Windows 7 installation should take between 40% and 60% of the time it does from the DVD disc.
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