- Aug 16, 2012
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Yes I have used it and currently have it installed. It's a great program. It syncs with Explorer and has it's own menu in the Context Menu. If you right click on a file then hover on Axcrypt in the menu you will see you can: Encrypt, Encrypt a copy, Encrypt to EXE and some other stuff. But those 3 are the important ones. It doesn't use container storage like truecrypt meaning it's easier to use.Truecrypt is on the Freeware list already (see Data Encryption section). Axcrypt I'm not familiar with but a few sites seem to rate it fairly well; have you used it yourself?
Once something is encrypted you just double click on it and it will ask for the password. Give the password and it opens the file. No need to do all those other steps like in Truecrypt.