Windows 10: Turn On or Off BitLocker for Operating System Drive in Windows 10
Thank you for your reply.
1. Would it be the case if a file leaves the pc it would be decrypted?
2. And is there a posibillity that the boot sector can be encrypted with bitlocker?
In that case the disk would be unreadable without the key in another system but data is safe.
Can you shed some light on this?
These would be questions better asked in a new thread of your own since they may get detailed and go off topic from this tutorial.
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