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    "Used to be very good, but now..."

    February 5, 2013  |   By AnneRamsay01


    Sadly in a vain attempt to make some money the developers have packages the software in crapware i.e. OpenCandy so when installing all sorts of rubbish tries to be installed. I would have preferred the developer to just be upfront and charge, I'd of paid! Oh well.


    other than the installer this is a very good program

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  • Reply by gat0gelat0 on March 7, 2013

    I don't understand this review at all. I just installed Axcrypt from the original site (Axantum), and all I had to do was uncheck one single box that asked if I wanted to install an Amazon toolbar. That's it. It installed and everything runs perfectly. I now have 'Encrypt' in my context menu when I right-click on any file or folder and it executes flawlessly. Plus it is free software (the author asks for small donations, and I made one).

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