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Is there any program that will Partition a hard drive so that one side is secure and the other is public? If anyone knows of any please respond.

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There's lots of privacy software out there. You can also just make a hidden folder in C: so that it can only be opened by changing to "view hidden files and folders". You can get software that will require a password to open some folders. I don't know about hiding a whole partition.
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You can encrypt files and folders with most compression software. Also if on na network the only files that can be viewed are ones that have been set as shared.
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