64-bit Winability software

  • MySecretFolder 64bit version

    Start64!MySecretFolder™ is a software utility that you can use to hide your private folder from other users, hide it so that no one will even suspect that your secret folder exists! Yet the folder would be easily accessible to you, when you need it: just press the "hot key", enter your password, and it will open in a window, just like a regular Windows folder.

  • Folder Guard 64bit version

    Start64!Folder Guard is a computer security software tool that lets you password-protect, hide, or restrict access to files and folders of your choice, and also restrict access to other Windows resources, such as Control Panel, Start Menu, Desktop, and more. You can configure the protection so that only specific users would be restricted, on both stand-alone and networked computers.

  • AB Commander - 64bit file manager

    Start64!AB Commander is a powerful yet easy to use file management tool for computers running the Windows operating systems (Windows 2000 or a later version). It lets you manage your files and folders easier and faster, using the convenient double-panel framework (pioneered in Norton Commander), while maintaining close integration with the standard Windows user interface.

  • USBCrypt 64bit version

    Start64!USBCrypt is the "on-the-fly" encryption software, that works by creating a Virtual Encrypted Disk on the host drive and protecting it with the password of your choosing. You decide how large the Virtual Encrypted Disk should be: it can take all of the available space of the host disk, or only a fraction of it.

  • Active Exit 64bit version

    Start64!ActiveExit™ is a system utility that can automatically log off users from their accounts after a period of inactivity. If you are a system administrator and users of your network often forget to log off before leaving, ActiveExit can save you quite a bit of the nerve cells. Even if the user has locked the computer, ActiveExit can log the user off after the idle period you specify, without your intervention.

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