Protect USB memory sticks in Windows 7 with BitLocker To Go

Protecting USB memory sticks with Windows 7 is easy with BitLocker To Go. In order to use BitLocker To Go, all you need to do is simply right-click on a removable storage device within Windows Explorer and then left-click on “Turn on BitLocker…” as shown. BitLocker will ask you how you want to unlock protected […]

Protecting USB memory sticks with Windows 7 is easy with BitLocker To Go. In order to use BitLocker To Go, all you need to do is simply right-click on a removable storage device within Windows Explorer and then left-click on “Turn on BitLocker…” as shown. BitLocker will ask you how you want to unlock protected memory stick and most folks will want to select a password – used to encrypt device and if you lose it you mayn’t be able to access contents of the device anymore. Using BitLocker To Go on all of your USB memory sticks should give you peace of mind that the data is protected and safe, even if you happen to lose device. As long as you remember that password you used to encrypt the device, you’ll be able to safely access data from any Windows 7 PC. BitLocker To Go Reader gives down-level Windows computers the ability to copy files off of a BitLocker To Go protected USB memory sticks (provided you know the password of course) onto Windows XP and Windows Vista systems.
  

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