Manage Folder Permissions in Windows Using NTFS Permissions Tools

NTFS Folder Permissions tools lets you easily manage folder permissions quickly and effectively in a single user interface. Without this tool, you would have to browse through, then right-click and manage the security permissions using Windows Security settings.

The user interface is clean and functional. You can browse through, select the folder and then click on the buttons to manage its permissions. You can Allow Access, Make it Read OnlyDeny Access, or Change Owner at a click of a button.

NTFS Permissions Tools

NTFS Permissions Tools

Advanced features include Permissions Inheritance, ability to copy and paste security settings between folders, and Backup and restore feature.

Advanced Features

Advanced Features

For some unknown reason the Backup and Restore Feature is not easily accessible. There is a small icon in the bottom left of the user interface which will lead you into some more features including the Backup and Restore feature.


Backup and Restore

Backup and Restore

Note that this tool works only of NTFS formatted drive only, which is nothing but where your Windows OS is installed. If you have a partition and formatted it to FAT32 file system, this tool won’t work for those folders.

NTFS Folder Permissions tool is 100% free for use and doesn’t nag you for upgrade to pro version. It is also free from malware since we last reviewed it. Works with Windows 8.1/8/7/Vista/XP.

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NTFS Permissions Tool

It is an effective tool for easy management of folder permissions on Windows.

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Kiran Kumar

Hi there! Kiran Kumar is an Engineer by profession, and loves blogging primarily on Microsoft Windows operating system and also enjoys reviewing software and products. Currently, he is exploring Windows 10 and you will see a lot of articles on know-how about it. When he is not writing for TWP, he enjoys time with his Family, listens to lot of music, enjoys Biking, and occasionally plays racing games on Xbox One.