How to lock/hide your files or folders to avoid anonymous access without permission?

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Do you ever wanted to hide some ‘secret folder’ in your computer without being known by other? Wanted to hide something in your removable media (thumb drive etc.) without letting other people know it even they opened your media? Want to hide something important so that it cannot be access without permission? No problem. WinMend Folder Hidden is here to help you, for free. Yup, for free.

Description

WinMend Folder Hidden is a free file/folder hiding tool. While ensuring the absolute system safety, this application can quickly hide files and folders on local partitions and/or on removable devices. The hidden files/folders will be safely hidden whether the drive is accessed in another operating system on the same computer or reinstalled on another computer. You can set a password for this application. Hidden data can be displayed and unhidden only when the user enters the valid password. The data is completely invisible to other programs or on other operating systems. However, please keep in mind that this application is for home use only. It’s not recommended for commercial settings where more strict confidentiality is required.

Features

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Yup, I admit, due to the laziness today, I decided to copy everything from it’s official site, which is here. Below is some screenshots from their site:

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I had personally used it and I found that it is very simple to use plus it really does hide the folder and files in my thumb drive without any problem. Tomorrow I will show how to hide folder and file using this software but if you can’t wait to try it, head here and try yourself!

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