Gone are the days of USB drives as the era of Cloud Storage is upon us. We won’t be wrong to say that cloud storage is the next big thing of the current decade as users are now getting ample amount of storage space without having to carry any USB or external drive.
All we need to do is create an account on a storage account (such as Dropbox, Google Drive and One Drive) and store all that is precious to us including files, photos, videos, audios, documents, files and more. Furthermore, you can access the same stored data from any PC by logging into your cloud account using your id and password.
Software by the name Cloud Secure – Newsoftwares.net lets you use and manage multiple cloud accounts using a single password known as the ‘master password.’ This software is so simple yet unique that it fits perfectly with the needs of the common user of this century. We as users don’t really have the time to bear any data loss or data duplication as we have our own daily errands to fulfill. Cloud Secure, on the other hand, comforts us by letting us protect Dropbox, One Drive, Google Drive and Box Account with just a single click. But do note that once the protection is ‘on’ of a particular folder, it would not be accessible from its previous location.
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Using Cloud Secure – Easier than what you imagined:
Using Cloud Secure is not that difficult. At first, you need to install the software on your PC. Once installed, open the software (this will show you all the installed cloud accounts previously installed on your device). Moreover, to lock any cloud account, tap on the ‘Lock’ button which would turn green when locked as ‘ON.’
To use Cloud Secure, simply install the software on your PC and install it. Once installed, open the software (where you’ll be able to see all the installed cloud accounts on your device). Furthermore, tap on ‘Lock’ button that will be highlighted by the color green as ‘ON.’
Bear in mind the respective ‘Locked’ cloud account won’t be accessible from its previous location under such state and you would show the following error ‘Access is denied.’ Similarly, to access these locked cloud accounts, you can tap on the ‘view’ button located at the extreme right corner (through the app’s interface).
Hence cloud storage may be a convenient option to store data but isn’t entirely safe. But if you use any of the cloud account (such as Dropbox, One Drive, Google Drive, etc.) along with Cloud Secure, then you’re all set to use these cloud accounts and protect them only using a single password (master password). This software has the basic features that are needed by the common man and can fulfill the regular dose of security-conscious users.
Cloud Secure free download is available too: http://www.newsoftwares.net/download/cloudsecure1-en/cloud-secure-en.exe