Game Protector: Password protect Games in Windows

Game Protector protects any games with a password and when any user tries to open a game it prompts for a password so that only you can launch it. Freeware Games Protector lets you password protect Game on your own PC, protect games executable files from unauthorized runs, both on your computer, and even when you copy it to other computers.

Password protect Games

Password protect Games

In a way, Game Protector is one useful Parental Control tools for all parents. Are your children playing computer games when they should be doing homework? With Game Protector you can choose to allow or block specific games, protect Game EXE files with a security password on your own PC and you can control what games can be played in Windows.

It can even disguise your personal games by changing its icon and file name. For example, make your World of Warcraft look like a Word document! It can thus have its uses for grown-ups too.

The program is very straightforward and has no complicated menus. When you first download the program and install it, you are presented with a simple window displaying various configuration options.

All you have to do is choose to allow or block specific games. If you would like to block some of them simply protect them with a password.

Open a game from the program’s main window and type in a password to block it or password protect it. That’s it! You can configure other options like changing the default icon of the program and more.

Game Protector free download

You can download Game Protector here. This free software worked fine on Windows 10 too.

Here is a list of links to posts that will show you how to password protect documents, files, folders, programs, etc in Windows.

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Anand Khanse is the Admin of TheWindowsClub.com, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows (2006-16) & a Windows Insider MVP. Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.