Ok, so in previous versions of Windows to encrypt a file/folder you simply needed to right-click > properties > (general tab) click advanced > check "encrypt contents to secure data" and the deed was done. I know that you cannot simultaneously encrypt and compress files/folders, so that's not the problem. I just want to know how to turn on that feature becasue EFS offered some great functionality that I would like to have back.
I am using the regular (no-pro) version of Windows 8 on a single hard drive, no storage pool strangeness going on here.
Again; no, the files/folders are not compressed and I am not talking about BitLocker.