Encrypter-X User Guide
Browser function
If the files are encrypted, they appear in the Explorer only under cryptic names like 125c578c36b889a6a51ac09a1597cd or similar. In order to know which file is hidden behind which of these aliases, and to avoid having to decrypt the files first, Encrypter-X provides a convenient browser function that can be used to display the encrypted files with their unencrypted names, just like in the Explorer. It is accessible via the main menu item Tools ....

If the browser function is called, a file selection dialog opens first, via which a root directory for the visualization must be selected. Only directories are offered.
If a directory was selected, two windows open (see below). At the top, an interface similar to the Explorer and below, the so-called text and image monitor. (For comparison, to the right of the browser, once again the section from Explorer, how the files appear there).
In the text and image monitor, ASCII texts (UTF-8) and images of PNG, GIF and JPG formats are displayed when selected individually in the browser tree. So you can view them without having to decode them explicitly. Besides the visualization of names and partial contents, files or folders including subfolders can also be decrypted directly.

The button Encrypt is activated as soon as files are selected in the browser tree and if it is then pressed, the decryption process begins. A progress bar shows how far the process is.

If there are a lot of files to decrypt, the process can take quite a long time. The Cancel button can also be used to end the decryption prematurely if necessary, and the Close button ends the work with the browser and closes the windows.