Stupid Newbie Q - But'I'm an ex Dev...:-)

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ispmatch
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Stupid Newbie Q - But'I'm an ex Dev...:-)

Post by ispmatch » Mon Apr 24, 2017 1:06 am

HI Guys,

I have a 12 month old Dell Laptop running W10. SOlida state memory is low.

Have installed AES but no menu item appears when right clicking???
Any quick advice muchos appreciado.

M

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Re: Stupid Newbie Q - But'I'm an ex Dev...:-)

Post by paulej » Mon Apr 24, 2017 1:31 pm

If you right-click on a file, but don't see "AES Encrypt" or "AES Decrypt", the most common reason is that you have the 32-bit version of the software installed, but you're using a 64-bit machine (or vice versa).

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