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This small, easy-to-use application efficiently protects your files and folders from other users. Private Folders hides and locks any number of folders on your computer. The size of protected data is limited only by the size of your disk.
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Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows CE
Description: Lots of computer users have private information on their computers. This includes private photos, videos, documents, etc. Although you can use embedded Windows security features to prevent access to such kind of data, this approach requires you to understand NTFS permissions basics. Moreover, using NTFS permissions lets you only lock access to your folders and files. But you cannot hide your folders. Introducing Private Folders application which makes your private data invisible and inaccessible. This utility is so easy in use that you don't need be a computer expert - simply select the folder you want to protect and Private Folders will have done the job! It protects and unprotects unlimited number of folders just in a moment.
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Hiding Genome Data Won't Protect Us, Experts Say Making the genetic codes ofdangerous pathogens a secret will not save anyone frombioterrorism and may make the population vulnerable to attacksfrom Mother Nature, scientists said on Thursday.