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Free Hide Folder lets you hide confidential files and folders

Most people have some confidential files or folders on their computer which they do not want others to see or use them. One of the simplest and best ways to protect them is hiding from others.

With Free Hide Folder you will protect your files with a password avoiding them to be being modified, seen or erased by other users.

They will not know where your personal files exist and will not be able to accidentally view them without a proper password.

It's actually very easy to hide a folder with Free Hide Folder. First, you need to run Free Hide Folder, locate and select the folder you want to hide, and then click Hide Folder button to hide folders.

It works with Windows 9x/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista. Download (745Kb) Free Hide Folder.


  1. You never cease to amaze me where you find all these valuable tools. It saves me tons of time from bumping around the internet. I just bookmarked your website and check in every 2-3 days to see what is new!

  2. Does it hide folder when Windows is started in Safe Mode?



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