Hi ya'll - a quick intro - spent 20yrs in Hi-Tek - last 16 at Intel in HW R+D for desktop PCs - so I do know a bit about PCs. But last summer I hit the wall due to stress - health issues - and the complete insanity of upper management BS at Intel. So I resigned and am pursuing a 2yr career in the medical fields -- time to get back to real science and some normal reality
Intel is in a major thrash about power vs. actual user applications needs - acoustics - ease of use - battling with Microsoft for control of future directions. I could go on for hours - but I signed that 5yr non-disclosure thingy
Lastly - being in the "know" I keep my PC buttoned down with upto date virus and spyware SW - pop-up blocker - HW firewall - and all the wonderful updates from microsoft
My concern is protecting some of the files on my PC in case my PC or my external back-up HD get ripped off. Like files from Taxcut with my returns on them - ect. What are some easy to use encryption programs for protecting files locally on your HD. While I'm and ex-techno guy I have no patiece with confusing SW.
Thanks in advance