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License: GPL

OS: Windows 7

Total Download: 7015

Size: 210KB

Version: 1.2

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BitLocker Drives Unlocker 1.2

A app makes it easier to unlock your BitLocker encrypted drives in Windows 7.
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BitLocker Drives Unlocker [AddictiveTips Apps]

By Nakodari on Aug 16 2011 1 Comment



If you use BitLocker Drive Encryption to encrypt and secure multiple local drives in Windows 7, you will be frustrated by the process of unlocking all drives one by one. One has to double-click individual local drives and then enter their respective passwords to unlock them. This is both a cumbersome and tiresome user experience. Shouldn’t there be an easier method where it requires users to enter passwords for the local drives and then unlock them with just one click? What if more than one drive has the same password? Do you really want to enter the same password multiple times to unlock all drives? Almost every Windows user who has multiple drives encrypted with BitLocker is going through this hassle of unlocking them every day.



Meet BitLocker Drives Unlocker, a portable app we are releasing to the public free of charge that makes it easier to unlock your BitLocker encrypted drives in Windows 7. All drives locked with BitLocker are listed on the main interface, just enter their passwords and hit Unlock. It’s that simple. If you have same password for all drives, tick the Same password for all checkbox. It can also be run on system startup so that you don’t have to navigate all the way to Computer (also called My Computers), useful for those who want to unlock their drives first thing after logon. In short, BitLocker Drives Unlocker is the fastest way to unlock your encrypted drives out there.



BitLocker Drives Unlocker has been tested on both Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit OS. It has not been tested on Windows Vista but since the mechanism to unlocking drives is the same, it should work over there too.
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