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Windows (All Versions)
Publisher's Descriptions
 FolderLock by TinTech is an application that can be very handy.
Simple enough, it can be used to lock folders.
Why would you wanna lock your folder?
If you got private or secret folders that should only be available for you.
It simply locks your selected folder with a password chosen by you.
You always can unlock the folder again, but of course, it requires your password.

You can download TinTech FolderLock free here.
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