difficulty uninstall password-protected Folder Locker app

October 24, 2016 at 02:44:44
Specs: Windows xp, 1 GB
Sir,
Actually i have install "Folder lock" software and have set a password for that.
but when i am trying to uninstall it, it is asking a password which i have forgotton.
more over it has not given an option of "forgot password".
so please help to uninstall that software.

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#1
October 24, 2016 at 03:58:55
mmm - Sometimes some software requires one to run the setup again - and then (for some strange reason) there is also an option to "uninstall it"... when you run setup...

Meanwhile - see if this helps. regularly recommended here and apparently very good...

http://www.revouninstaller.com

There is a freebie trial version and that may be all you need?

Incidentally it's useful to make a note of passwords somewhere? Make a hard copy (write it down) and keep it/them safe somewhere (where you can remember too); and perhaps email them to yourself - with perhaps a slight modification so that only you can know the actual complete password or passwords. Store those messages in a saves folder in your online email account(s).

One method to remember passwords is to follow the example of many secure sites. Give yourself a memory clue that relates to the password. For example: in mail you save to yourself - you don't include the name - only a hint to it; and add some other letters/characters to the name of course for the complete password.

So if the password was perhaps Charles123 - your father's name was Charles - you would save the password details as "father" + 123, or "father"123. the " " are only for clarity.

You see the idea?

And if you're reasonably safe/secure about it all at home, no harm to paste "some" passwords on the base of your computer (if a desktop), or inside the battery compartment if a laptop?


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#2
October 24, 2016 at 19:03:38
People who are so scrupulous in password protecting everything ought to display that same diligence in remembering those passwords.

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