We were initially impressed by Okoker Encrypt Folder's performance; that is, until we tried to exit the program.
Right away, we were bombarded with a nag screen asking us to register the program. Thankfully, we were able to bypass it. The program is password protected, but a default password is used for the 30-day trial. The user interface is colorful and a little cartoonish, but still straightforward. The very basic buttons let you add and remove folders for encryption, as well as encrypt or decrypt all or individual folders. We were able to select a folder, and quickly encrypt it without any issues. You'll get a message stating that the item is not available if you try to open it. Decrypting a file proved just as easy. All was going well until we tried to exit the program. First, the nag screen appeared and would not go away. We tried to close the program via the system tray icon, but it froze. It took a visit to the Task Manager to close Okoker Encrypt Folder.
After that, we couldn't access the program without receiving an error message. Luckily, we were able to uninstall the program without leaving a trace. We recommend you skip this one.
Okoker Encrypt Folder lets you password-protect and easily prevent access to your important folders. A protected folder and its contents will be prevented from being renamed, modified, deleted, copied, moved, accessed or even seen on the system. Only using correct password entering system, you can just to visit the encrypted folder. Super drag and drop to quickly encrypt or decrypt your folders. Automatically encrypt when a folder is added. A protected folder and its contents will be prevented from being renamed, modified, deleted, copied, moved, accessed or even seen on the system.
Version 1.1 fixed a bug: The file list will be cleared when constantly input a incorrect password for three times.