Locking Folders

  ukhomerj2003 11:05 27 Jan 06

I am using Win XP Home, and will be allowing a colleague to use my home pc for a short time. I do however have sensitive files of a work nature, that need to be "locked".

Is there any way of securing the folder with a password, so i can lock out this folder, and allow him to still use data and files from the rest of the system?

  Chegs ®™ 11:16 27 Jan 06
  Mikè 11:27 27 Jan 06

You could zip the folder give it a password and make it hidden, and then move it to an unlikely spot say in youy windows folder somewhere.

  recap 16:03 27 Jan 06

Create an account for your colleague. With your account set it to use a password click here for how to secure XP Home.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 16:07 27 Jan 06

Encryptors / Security:-
AxCrypt click here
Easycrypto deluxe click here
Powercrypt 2000 click here
Hide Folders click here
Folderlock click here
CD/DVD Lock click here
Hide Files & Folders click here

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