Enables you to encrypt removable storage units, as well as disk partitions, so as to protect sensitive information from prying eyes
|Version||4.1.0 Build 386|
|Updated||Dec 14th 2016|
Magiclab Software N/A N/A
|Crack Size||3.4 MB|
|Systems||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 2003, Windows 2008, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
StorageCrypt is a software tool that can be used in order to help individuals password-protect data found on your hard drive and external data devices.
The installation process is uneventful and fast. Once you are done with it, you are met with a plain and simple interface. All types of users can find their way around it without facing any kind of difficulty. It encloses a menu bar, a few buttons and several panels to display all information you might find useful.
This software utility can detect all partitions and portable storage units, and will list them in the main window, along with information such as disk capacity and status. Aside from that, it encompasses two types of encryption, namely a quick one and a deep one.
Once you have selected the drive you want to protect and the encryption method, you are requires to input a password, and just click the “Encrypt” button. It is also possible to remove the passkey on a certain drive, with just a click of the button.
You can show or hide passwords, set public and privacy area, show drive label, scan for hardware changes, and access some well-organized and comprehensive Help contents. The CPU and memory usage is minimal, and thus the system’s performance will not be affected in any way.
All in all, StorageCrypt Crack is a pretty decent piece of software, with a good response time and a simple-to-use environment. Nonetheless, it could benefit from an update.
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