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For keeping every think private

Sir i want to take basic knowladge of computer like lock any folder
and and any body cant delete that and more about bacik

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At first it seems good to make an admin password for your OS. Then, there are many different softwares for this job, you can put password for your files and folders, and no body could delete them, remove them, read them or write...
I suggest Encrype/decrypt software or, security Guard software
get them, install them, use them and enjoy them!

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