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IOBit Password Folder: Drag and Drop Files and Folders to Protect Them

Are you worried about confidential data being read on your system? If yes, try getting your hands on IOBit Password Folder. Its precise features help you lock any file or folder, thus making it inaccessible to unauthorized users. There are several tools like Password Folder, but this is really simple to use, just drag and drop the folders or files you want to hide or protect from prying eyes.

Here are some key features of "IOBit Password Folder":

  1. Hide from view: You can Hide folders, files, pictures and videos from prying eyes. No one can see them except you.
  2. Block Access: Password protects files, folders, and programs from accessing.
  3. Write Protection: Protect your files from being modified by others.
  4. Privacy Protection: Keep your private data, files, pictures or videos into Password Folder, thus prevent data theft.

To use IOBit Password Folder, no particular technical knowledge is requiring. Just install, give a password and then drag and drop any file or folder that you want to protect. From the option menu, you can change password or enable or disable options like Write access, Read access, and hide.

IOBit Password Folder (beta) is a freeware and can be downloaded at here


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