How To Lock Folder
- Usually, most computer users divide their hard disk into several partitions, each disk stores one kind of data, for example, install the system in C drive, store games in D drive, save important data in E drive, and backup in F drive. This is the most ideal partition way. However, people can check all your disks if you don't lock your computer.
- Even if you leave your computer for a little while, someone may steal or check data on your computer. Your secrets will be known by the person you don't want to let him know. How to solve this problem? The easiest way is to lock a folder in which your secrets are stored.
- A disk lock software is to hold your important data by locking the disk with encryption and password. After locking the disk, you are only one who masters the key to access that disk, until you authorize another person to access the locked disk.
- Watch out! You may ignore the importance of the disk folder. Just search on Google, there is plenty of people's privacy that is widely prevalent. And these make them famous in a bad name. People want to be famous in good, instead of bad things, right?
- Disk lock software helps you to lock folds. With the best disk lock software, you can lock your files and folders. People can't enter your disk without your permission.
- Usually, a common disk lock software just adds a password to your disk. It can be easily cracked by some unlocker software on the Internet. People are all curious about secrets. Once they find you there is a folder that is locked, they may try every way to unlock the file.
- However idoo File Encryption will do much better: it not only adds the password to disk, folders, and files but also encrypt them all. With the unlocker software, people have to use at least 200 years to crack. Your disk and files are completely safe in all your life.
- Using the Lock Data options you can select and lock any of the files, folders, and drives present on your PC.
- Windows 7 8 10 32/64-bit
- Windows Vista 32/64-bit
- Windows XP 32/64-bit
- Windows 2000
- Windows Server 2000 32/64-bit
- Windows Server 2003 32/64-bit
- Windows Server 2008 32/64-bit