Password protecting programs and other applications is an important issue particularly if other users like your family members, friends, colleagues, etc have access to your computer system. This is a real life scenario that can be observed in families, dorms and even in businesses. You can password protect programs and applications if you don’t want anyone to use them without your permission i.e., your password.
Folder Protect is an easy to use and comprehensible security application that password protect folders, files, drives and installed programs on your computer. It is designed in such a way that it fulfills your everyday requirement. It gives you full freedom to customize levels of security and access rights for your protected items. Its protection works even in safe mode ensuring maximum protection of your data.
You cannot only deny access to your protected items, but can also make them invisible, write protected as well as prevent deletion depending up on your customized settings. You can block access to your favorite programs and software by protecting them with Folder Protect.
Installing Folder Protect on your computer and using it to protect your desired program is a piece of cake. Just follow these steps:
Folder protect is a data protection application that works great even for users with very little tech know-how. An easy to use software all along.
Lance Freehand (Wyoming, USA)
Work great with the installed program as I didn't find any other application that can block access to my installed software and program.
Harry Michaels (Missouri, USA)
Unique locking tool. Must have it! Highly recommended! It locks and hides all type of data very well and is quite unique in its functionality as it can prevent deletion of protected data.
Katherine James (Wisconsin, USA)
WEven the evaluation version has so many features. This is a must buy app!
Maryam Garry (Winnipeg, Canada)
I like the concept of customizing the security levels for each file, folder or drive. Mostly locking software do not allow you to choose among levels of security.
Alyssa Guiles (New Mexico, USA)