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Thread: Folder passwords?




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    Does any one know of a program that awould allow me to put passwords on folders in windows ME? thxs

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    Ya should be able to right click on the folder, go to propperties then sharing and set passwords there. :smokin:

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    that only works if you have a network, i think

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    Yea... he just wants to keep his mom out of his porn.

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    no...i want to keep my sister off MSN messenger, she keeps ****in the comp up by recieved dodgey files, she just wont learn. I would take messenger off but i use lol.

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    What exactly do you mean by dodgey files? :?:

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    Messenger based 'viruses' like ones that made you wink all the time to the person/s ur speaking to. There just really anoyying.

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    Y mean that ya don't run a good up to date anti-virus scanner?
    Or even a good software firewall? :eek:

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    erm............

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    ZoneAlarm is a very good free software firewall (at the bottom of the page) which at 1st may seem annoyin' as it asks ya permission for programs to access the internet but once a prog is allowed and you tick the remember box then it won't ask again.
    Norton and Norman are both very good anti-virus programs (if regularly updated) and they do have free trail versions (for a limited time) but there are also free ones such as AntiVirŪ and AVG which I have found are pretty good also.
    Another program to look at is Lavasoft's Ad-Aware which is a "spyware" detection and removal software to get those spy cookies out of your system.
    So you have no excuses now for those problems that ya have been havin' and maybe passin' on to others.
    :cheers:

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