Microsoft

Hasta La Vista Private Folders

According to ComputerWorld, increasing pressure from IT managers has forced Microsoft to do way with a tool called Private Folder 1.0. This simple tool allowed standard users to have a single password protected and encrypted folder to keep files private and secure.

The idea that inappropriate material could be stored in these folders was too much of a risk for a company to bear. What do you think of Private Folder 1.0?

In my next post, I will look at this further and see how it works.

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