i am using this software in browsing center. so that i installed this software in both client & server system. but i am unable to open client system projected folder in server system. please inform how to set up
The best and easiest folder locker that I 've seen. Beats more expensive competitors. It doesn't need a degree to use it and I like the interface too, it's easy to unlock folders and equally easy to protect them and doesn't conflict with any other software that I have installed, which incidentally, the more expensive Folder Lock did, at least with me.
OK it doesn't encrypt the files like Folder Lock does, but frankly I couldn't care less, I simply want an inexpensive, effective, easy to use product that hides personal files from prying eyes - I neither want or need anything that can metaphorically take the dog for a walk or cook dinner, I've got a wife who can do those two things brilliantly.
Some people are complaining that they didn't know they were downloading a trial - if ever you see ANY software offering a 'free' download it will - 9 times out of 10 - be on a trial basis - UNLESS you see that it clearly states it's freeware - very few people will spend their own money and invest time and effort into creating something like this for nothing - they will (in most cases) want a return on their investment., although naturally there are exceptions to every rule. There IS free software out there, but if anything is TRULY free (in every sense of the word) then don't expect too much from it.
Having said that, to prove my point about 'exceptions to the rule' there is indeed, good free software available, like Filezilla for uploading website files to a server, Kompozer an HTML editor to create websites and CCleaner which deletes unnecessary files from your hard drive, all are genuinely free to download and use, with the first and latter items regularly being updated - all three let you know they are offered free of charge in every sense of the word - but if you don't see that kind of guarantee - expect to have a trial - even if it says 'Free Download' all that's telling you is the software in question is free to download - NOT free to use ad infinitum.