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[v5.xx] Hidden Disk – Creates a password-protected hidden disk

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The biggest trouble with working or studying on a public computer is that there will always be people who will look into and even steal, delete your important documents, materials and data without permission, some of which may even involve personal privacy and trade secrets. In this case, you can use Hidden Disk to create a virtual, encrypted drive (you need a password to access it) that can be hidden at will to solve this problem perfectly.

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[v11.1] Folder Password Lock Pro – Hide, lock or password-protect files, folders and drives

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Whether on your own computer or a public one, we always have some important or privacy-related files and data that do not want others to see or get. In this case, what we can do is to use some software to protect them in primarily five ways: monitoring (passive), hiding (junior), locking (can be easily hacked by advanced computer users), password protecting (ditto), encrypting (the safest, but not convenient).

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