Today, I will be posting on a nice little utility program that will more then likely interest most of you. The ability to hide or password protect a file or folder is something not found in the windows default features. But it is one of the more useful feature which many people will want to have. This is a proper application that hides the folders, not just have a blank file name(using ALT+0160 trick) with no icon and making it invisible but accessible . That trick is easily foiled if you refresh the folder, that hidden file or folder will become visible for a millisecond or two and will be noticed by the user. But with this piece of software you wont need to use that trick anymore!
Hide Files and Folders is a great easy-to-use password-protected security utility working at Windows kernel level that you can use to password-protect certain files and folders, or to hide them securely from viewing and searching just with a click of mouse. Upon accessing any protected file or folder, a dialog box querying password appears on the screen. If a valid password is entered, the user gets access to the file or folder, otherwise an error message appears. Hide Files and Folders does not modify your media: in protecting your files or folders, it just uses a high-reliability VXD driver working at Windows kernel level. This guarantees that Hide Files and Folders will never lose your data, as may happen if you use other file and folder protecting software. Due to unique technology, the program also lets you protect system files and folders such as the Windows System, Registry and Swap files. Go ahead! Download the program right now! You will find it very easy to use.
This program is not only able to hide any specified file, but it is also able to password-protect it, or make it read-only so that it is not editable. So you can select whichever method of protection you desire of. So download this program now. You can download this program by clicking here! Enjoy the application, and post here if you have any questions or comments.
Comment posted by Fahad
at 12/18/2007 11:07:50 AM
I am not sure about that. Sorry.
Comment posted by r0de0
at 12/18/2007 8:45:50 AM
Does it work over a peer to peer Microsoft network?
Comment posted by Haris
at 11/24/2007 7:40:37 AM
I knew the ALT+0160 trick, but never tried the application. Thanks for sharing it!
Comment posted by Fahad
at 11/23/2007 10:41:12 AM
Yes, its a very handy program.
Comment posted by Alfred
at 11/23/2007 8:23:53 AM
I have been using this for many years, very useful program