Wise Folder Hider Pro

Wise Folder Hider Pro

Protect your privacy by hiding your personal files and folders
4.3  (3 votes)
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Wise Folder Hider Pro is a Windows utility that might come in handy to users who share their computers with multiple people. With its help, you can conceal the data you wish to keep private and prevent unauthorized users from accessing, modifying or deleting your personal files.

The first thing you need to do after installing the program on your PC is to enter a master password. Make sure you choose an easy-to-remember password as you will need to use it when accessing your private folders and documents or changing their correspondent statuses.

You will be able to hide files and folders from your local drives with just a few clicks. Furthermore, Wise Folder Hider Pro enables you to conceal the contents of your external drives, such as USB sticks.

Another important advantage is that, besides protecting the program's records with an access password, you can also set individual passwords for the items you wish to hide. This means that you will be able to add 2 layers of password protection to your files and directories, making it more difficult for unauthorized users to get their hands on your encrypted data.

The only thing I'd add to this program would be an integrated search tool. This utility might come in handy if you're dealing with a large list of encrypted items and wish to quickly find a file or folder in the tool's records to change its status (Hide or Unhide).

Briefly, Wise Folder Hider Pro immediately protects your private data, works 100%, and is very simple to handle. What's more, it comes with a very reasonable price. I'd say it's definitely worth a try if you're looking for a simple way to hide your files and folders from prying eyes.

Ashley Griggs
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Review summary

Pros

  • Supports drag-and-drop actions
  • You can also hide the contents of your external drives
  • Localized in multiple languages
  • Fast processing speed

Cons

  • Could use a built-in search tool
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