I have a friend who has a folder (which I'm about 98% sure is for porn) she wants to make sure her children can't access intentionally and/or accidentally stumble upon the contents of the folder via any assorted convenience features in windows which may save last opened file etc.
I had 4-5 months ago set her up with a 50 gb encrypted drive using a program called TrueCrypt when she asked for this and told her to just mount the drive when she needed it and remember to unmount it after. This seemed to meet her needs, but she just got a new computer with windows 10 and tells me that truecrypt refuses to install on windows 10 with some message about it not being needed any more because windows 10 already supports encrypted folders. she also says the folder in question shows up in her quick access window as a frequently used folder.
Unfortunately for her I'm on a linux box myself, I've not even touched windows 10 and I don't know what options there are for her without using truecrypt. Can anyone recommend a good way of properly hiding the contents of and password protecting her totally-not-porn folder? I doubt she needs the full encryption of truecrypt, just something effective enough that 13 & 15 year old can't figure out how to get around the password/protection.