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Password Folder v2.0.5
Password Folder v2.0.5 Add password protection to a folder in an instant for free. What is Password Folder? Many computer users often use ZIP tools to pack their folders into a compressed file with a password to protect their sensitive files. The compressing and decompressing costs time a lot, especially when the folder contains some large files. Password Folder is a Windows lightweight folder password protection freeware tool adds password protection to a folder in an instant. It simplifies the operation steps and provides the most direct folder protection process, so that even novice users can get started quickly. The best feature of Password Folder is that it is extremely fast and the encryption speed is not limited by the size of the folder. Even a folder of several gigabytes can be locked and restored in a flash. It is perfectly suitable to protect folders on the local computer. No one would be able to access protected folders without the password. Besides, once the folder is protected by Password Folder, it cannot be copied to other drive or sent via the internet unless you decrypt. Password Folder also adds a context menu shortcut so that users can protect a regular folder by a right-mouse click easily. Features of Password Folder - Password Protect Folders on Windows - Extremely Fast Encrypting Speed - Access Protected Folders Easily - Prevent Folder Copying - Work for Mobile Drives and Flash Disks - Context Menu Shortcut: Right Mouse Click - Lightweight: 2 MB - 100% Free & Clean How to Password Protect a Folder on Windows You may have some important files, private photos and videos on your PC and don't want other people to open and access. Password Folder is designed for handling this perfectly. It enables users to change their normal folders to password-protected folders on Windows by a mouse-click. Please follow this guide ...
5/5 290 Mar 09, 2022
Password Folder Team
TurboRisk v2.0.5
TurboRisk v2.0.5 With this software you can play the classic "World Domination Risk" game, where you are battling to conquer the world! The main features include: Support for both human or artificial intelligence players, up to ten per game. Customizable rules. Smart and customizable interface that speeds up cards playing, attacks and troops movements. Large selection of AI players, each one with its own "personality". Context sensitive help. Statistics window that shows counters for territories and armies. Optional log window to track the game. Windows 7 and Vista theme support. Large selection of maps. Companion program to create your own custom maps. History of the played games and ranking of the players. "Quick setup" feature to save the entire configuration of the players. Menu option to download news and updates from the TurboRisk homepage. Full featured companion IDE to edit, compile and test your own artificial intelligence players, and a simulation environment to test them. TurboRisk is free TurboRisk is really 100% free: no limitations, no time-outs, no nags, no adware, no banner ads and no spyware. It can be freely used and distributed provided that neither code nor documentation are altered in any way. System Requirements Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10, Linux Wine 5 to 30MB of free disk space (depending on type of installation) Screen capable of at least 800x600 recommended TurboRisk doesn't install any DLL or OCX or any other component in your Windows folders. It doesn't use the registry, except to register its Uninstall program. For this reason TurboRisk is highly ...
5/5 3,454 Apr 15, 2021
Mario Ferrari
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