In my latest post I explained how to encrypt a drive with Bitlocker to avoid unauthorized access to your data. After unlocking a drive, sometimes you may want to lock the drive again. I couldn’t find any option in the user interface to do this (the only way seems to be reboot the PC). Searching in…
Today I want to show you how to encrypt a Windows drive. Why should you encrypt a drive? Basically to prevent your data from being read by unauthorized persons, that may happen for example if your laptop or external USB drive is stolen. So if you want to encrypt your drive, Bitlocker is your friend. But…
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