In addition to a lot of junk files, useless system components and services that will make your Windows run slower and slower, another possible reason is all kinds of malicious software are haunting in the background. In this case, you might as well try to use SUPERAntiSpyware to scan, check and remove them.
HitmanPro is a very powerful, compact and quick auxiliary anti-spyware/malware/virus software from Netherland. It was specially designed to scan the computer to make sure it does not contain extremely hidden malware, spyware, viruses, trojans... or find out their sources and then remove these dangerous factors clearly and completely.
Kakasoft Folder Protector (KFP for short) is a very powerful, user-friendly and portable security utility, which is designed to encrypt and password protect folders & files on any types of storage devices, in order to protect your personal valuable or privacy data with ease.
If it's just some defects and functional degradation in the design, it is negligible for us users. But Windows 10 is not only the one and only one disappointing product that could be like Windows Vista in the whole series. More despicable is - since forced to walk the route of 'free + social promotion', Windows 10 finally became the most powerful, perfect and hidden user information gathering tool around the world.
In the first place, you should know, VBA Password Bypasser is not a password cracking or recovering software, but a tool specifically designed to bypass (another kind of 'remove') the VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) project/macro's protection technique. Simply speaking, it enables you to open any VBA-protected files with ease - no password required.
After all kinds of information leak events, more and more people or companies began to realize the common ways to delete important data is unadvisable. Because that only removes the corresponding data's records from the File Allocation Table, while all data is still intact on the hard drive. Just because of this, many software can restore the data with ease.
As we all know, the common way of deleting a file/folder is just to mark its directory entry or occupied cluster area. So the fact is all these so-called "deleted" files/folders are still lying there. And using the ancient DOS command 'Undelete' or Norton's Unerase command can be restored with ease.