Protect and hide folders, files, drives. Security tools for hiding your files, folders, and drives.

How can an extra command be added to the Explorer menu?

You can add an extra command to the Explorer context menu for folders and files. This will allow you to quickly add files and folders to Universal Shield right from Explorer.

To add an extra command to the Explorer menu, follow these steps:

  • Click Options > Windows Explorer commands...
  • Select Add commands to Windows Explorer context menu.
  • Use the Interval field to specify the idle time after which protection should be activated.
  • Click OK.

You can also select:

  • Hide commands in Windows Explorer when protection is activated - this hides the Explorer menu command when protection is activated. When protection is deactivated, the command reappears.
  • Protect commands in Windows Explorer with a password - a password is required to use the command from the Explorer menu.

See Also


Universal Shield 4.7: Hide files, folders, and drives, and set access rules using flexible security combinations for your most precious data.

Lock Folder XP is a new security tool that lets you lock your files, folders, and drives with your personal password.

Protect Folder: Lock USB drives and local folders on the fly by protecting them with your own password.

USB Security: Secure workstations or the entire network against unauthorized USB devices.

DiskBoost: Speed up disk operation with a secure virtual RAM disk.

Using Protect Folder 98, you can password-protect your files and folders from unauthorized access by other Windows 98/ME users.

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