Folder Lock for PC is a freeware, secure, and full suite of solutions for locking as well as encrypting your hardware content, folders, and files while using a password. The software using a real-time backup enables you to protect your more confidential content such as photos, documents, and videos in password-protected and encrypted storage namely lockers. Folder Lock gives security to portable devices, shred files and folders, and clean your Windows History.
Folder Lock Features
Easy Backup & Encryption
Folder Lock helps the users to store encrypted files online by offering 256-bit AES. Auto-encryption enables you to restore your files at any time to any computer. The ‘Protect USB/CD feature enables you to transfer your data from USB flash, CD/DVD to zip files, and then to email attachments.
Make Wallets Tool
You can save your personal information such as Credit Cards, Bank Accounts, and other critical content through locking the files, folders, and portable devices without encryption. Apply to Make Wallets tool and create safe data containers and store all of your important content.
A master card of the admin-level enables you to activate security passwords and control access to several sections of Folder Lock. Stealth Mode gives full stealth and makes sure that no one can hack or peep into your system in your absence.
Shredding files is a fool-proof method for removing your file from the PC forever. You can control the Shred file and Clean History Tool from the Xtras menu.
Compatible with Windows
With vary compatibility with all types of devices, the app has special compatibility with all types of Windows———-Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP is mainly operating system to run the app very smoothly and reliably. In addition, it requires a 32-bit and 64-bit setup.
Protection for Portable Devices
Folder Lock offers lockers for portable devices converting the Lockers for executable files which save you from installing the tool for accessing secured files, burn them CD/DVDs as well as creating of password-protected zips for email attachments.