Magic Folders is the world's most popular file hiding program for a reason. You can easily and effectively hide any folder you choose and all the files in that folder become completely invisible to others. Supports networked drives also.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: Magic Folders makes any folder you choose and all the files in that folder completely invisible to others, even on the network! Your invisible folders and files can't be deleted, viewed, modified, or run. For all practical purposes they don't exist. Use Magic Folders to protect your finances, taxes, and personal documents. Others won't know these files exist, and they won't be able to accidentally delete or modify them either. With Magic Folders you can turn over your computer to your children or your co-workers without worrying if they'll delete, modify or view important files.
Yet, just enter your password and you'll instantly have complete and normal access to all your folders and the files within. There's no need to un-hide each file or folder individually. And Magic Folders is totally transparent. No one need know your invisible folders/files even exist.
If you wish you can establish 5 different accounts so everyone using your computer can create their own invisible folders that only they have access to.
Keep your important files safe. Protect them with Magic Folders! Try it and you'll see why Magic Folders has gotten more awards than you can shake a stick at.
New! Magic Folders now comes with Password Magic! Password Magic not only provides a safe and secure place to store all your passwords it can also use your password data to automatically launch and log you into password protected web sites!
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