For those that are familiar with the commercial set of products produced by PGP such as the PGP Desktop which allows users the ease of encrypting and decrypting more or less anything for which they desire that resides on their PC, there is now something very similar in the opensource product utilizing GPG, known as GPGee.
It integrates itself into the context menu of Windows allowing users to easily right click on a file and encrypt away. Now, this might seem like something trivial, but tools in the past using Windows Privacy Tools, or other tools written implimenting GPG all seemed to not have integration like this. Rather you would cut and paste notepad text into a box or you would drag and drop a file into a dialog box and encryption/decryption would occur. In this case, the power is in a single click. Pretty darn cool if I might say so myself.


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