I'm looking for an easy (!) way to encrypt (and decrypt) USB volumes under Windows 10. Easier than my current practise: Currently, I've an True Crypt file on the USB volume and a portable TrueCrypt installation on the same stick. I plug the device in, run TC, select the TC file (have to reselect it, since the device has mostly new drive letters), select a drive letter to mount, and click ok, enter the password, ok. Have the new volume with encrypted files in/on.
What I want: Plug the device in - password dialog opens automatically - enter password - device is there (encrypted).
Is this possible with pure Windows capabilities? Or some external tools/workflow?