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beggarboy237181dI am guessing its normal encryption like everything alike in that family?
It's pretty common practice for businesses to enforce laptops to have BitLocker on the laptops.
Because, well in theory, you can circumvent most of windows security by just shutting it down and plugging the drive in like a usb stick.
Unlike OSX and UNIX (I think?), Windows does not encrypt it's data upon shutdown.
Jilano1764481dIf you don't want to use it for your entire disk, you could switch to a program like Cryptomator. This way only specific files/folders would be encrypted while still easily accessible.
electrineer858481dWhat do you want to protect your data from?
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