dirLock is a program that allows you to restrict access to folders with personal files. There are probably all types of information on the computer that is confidential to others. With this program, you can hide them from view in the system folders or "pack" them into password archives rather than in system folder or "wrapping" them into password archives, you can use this simple and easy-to-use program. dirLock adds "Lock/Unlock" to the Windows Explorer context menu. Because it cannot customize file passwords for all directories, every folder can't be added and removed from the protected list. Once installed, the program uses an on-system "master password," which must be entered immediately. DirLock does not allow the creation of passwords that have already been forgotten. You better write this down or else, well, we will be dead soon.
In this sense, you will not have any users who don't know your password seeing any of your folders' contents after blocking access to a folder. He will always receive a message complaining that there isn't access. Navigate to your folder in the context menu, then, under Lock/Unlock, select that item. Following this, the dirLock program will run to start setting a password. When that has occurred, you can disable the Lock/Unlock feature in the Program Settings app. Access to the folder can be done solely with the dirLock interface in this case.
program window by bringing up the highlighted file to the list of protected directories. Also available are locks and unlockers where there is mass locking.
- a master password for access to multiple folders; ;
- Integrate Windows Explorer into Windows ws Explorer;
- The password recovery mechanism lacks the desired traction;
- The folder list displayed in the main program window must include the full name of the protected folder.
- The corresponding item of the context menu is used to suppress folders' mass blocking/unlocking.
- a simple interface.