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Can I put a password to limit access to a specific folder in my hard disk ?

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I am operating a Pentium III, 550 mhtz with Windows 98 (second edition).

Is there a software out there that I can use to set a password to prevent unauthorized access a specific folder within the hard drive ?
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yes u can use magic folder
or winboost GOLD 2001
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