The capacity of the flash is in line with advances in technology. Dozens of years ago, the capacity of flash is still in the range of tens or hundreds of MB, but now the capacity has reached the flash unit TB. Call it Kingston which early in 2017 showcased 2TB flashdisk in CES 2017.
Well, if you often save important files and folders in the flash, you should protect it with a password. The trick is very easy, consider the following explanation.
Select the flash drive, click the Encrypt button, then a dialog box will appear that lets you select the encryption method. However, it is advisable not to change anything, so you should immediately click the Next button.
In the next dialog box, type and confirm the password you want to use. Make sure the password is not easy to guess. Next click OK, the encryption process will begin and wait until finished. For you to know, this process depends on how big your flash capacity.
Once the flash is encrypted, Windows will not be able to recognize it. Existing, Windows just ask you to format the flash, but just ignore it.
What you need to do, reopen DiskCryptor, click on the target flash drive, then click Mount. Then, type a predefined password.
To unplug the flash, you can click Unmount with a similar process, or directly click Safely Remove.
Therefore, you should have backup files and folders to anticipate the unwanted.