What do you need to know about encryption on your Windows 10 PC? We have you more than covered.
In order to add a layer of protection to the sensitive data on your PC, you might want to encrypt it. Encryption essentially means that you're turning data into something unreadable without proper authentication.
Encrypting a drive or a folder or a file generally means you have a single password that must be used in order to decrypt and access. Not only does this stop outside parties from hacking their way into your files, it also protects in the event that you forget your PC somewhere or, worst case, it's stolen.
There are two encryption methods built into Pro, Enterprise, and Education versions of Windows 10. For everyone else, there's a third way to encrypt your data. Let's take a look at how all three work to help you choose which encryption method is best for you.
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