Folder Locking Manual

Main Screen (Locked Folders)

Open:
Unlocks selected item(s) instantly.You have to add folders first. Or you can double click to locked list item. Opened files will be locked again on exit, automatically .

Lock:
Locks opened list item after you finish your work. Or you can double click to opened list item.

Add:
To lock a folder click this and select that folder. Also, you can use Drag’n Drop or Windows right-menu option. Right-Click to any folder in explorer to see this integrated option.

Remove:
Use this to remove selected list item from protected folders list permanently.

Settings:
Opens Settings & Extras


Settings & Extras

Only search fast local disks: Default : On
Old technology floppy drives, unavailable network drives may slow down start up process up to 4-5 seconds. This option will speed up this process, disable if you have locked folders in these kinds of drives

Stay on Top: Default : On
Select this option for easy drag’n drop. You may notice a large colorful shadow around i-Lock window if this option is On.

Explorer integration: Default : On
Integrates or disintegrates Windows right-click menu option to Windows operating system. You can also use drag’n drop to executable file or DOS command line parameters. For example: i-lock.exe “C:\add”

Encode folders with up to … : Default : Off
You may want to use this option as an extra security measure.This will encode files in main folder and all recursive folders, if a folder contains less than given number of files in it. Folders like a few thousand files in it might take 1-2 seconds. Probably you will not need this but just in case we implemented a file name encoding option to encode names of locked files and folders

Empty Recycle Bin: Default : Off
Use this option if you want to empty recycle bin on exit. This command will clear Recycle Bins in your local disk only.

Delete memory dump file: Default : Off
Sometimes windows creates large memory dumps in your disks and never deletes them. Use this option to recover disk space.

Empty Windows temp!: Default : Off
Use this option with precaution. Running applications, may store some files in this folder. Exit all programs before using this or some applications might crash.

Run on Exit: Default :None
If you want to launch a batch file, a program, document or script after i-Lock just locate it with “…” button. For example, you may use a batch file to clean some folders.

Address bar URL history: Default : Off
Internet Explorer tracks and stores web addresses you enter. This may become an unexpected privacy problem.Use this option to wipe them periodically. You can surf freely while i-lock clears these tracks automatically for you.

Cookies: Default : Off
Some web sites stores some small files to watch your surfing habits or site access information. Use this option periodically to wipe them . You can surf freely while i-lock clears these files for you.

Visited sites history: Default : Off
Also, Internet Explorer tracks and stores your Internet activities. This may become an unexpected privacy problem.Use this option to erase them periodically…

Empty Internet temp folder: Default : Off
Along with HTML file from the page you visited, browser as well will save all the images you have seen and store them locally inside Temporary Internet Files folder. This option is especially helpful to maintain privacy and to recover disk space. This does not affect your Internet speed. It just slows down your next access to that page, once and only for a few seconds.

Run History: Default : Off
Wipes Start Menu->Run command history

Windows recent documents: Default : Off
Wipes Start Menu->Recent history

Latest file searches: Default : Off
Wipes Start Menu->Find history

Media Player recent: Default : Off
Wipes Start Windows Media Player (wmplayer) recent documents history

Winzip recent: Default : Off
Wipes Winzip recent documents history

Winrar recent: Default : Off
Wipes Winrar recent documents history

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