Download the award-winning SafeHouse software to protect your private files with passwords and military-strength encryption.
The downloads availale on this page are identical to the downloads available on the individual product pages.
All products share the same private storage file formats.
Free 30-Day Trials
Our trial software is 100% functional for the first 30 days of use. After, it keeps working, but you won't be able to add any new files to your private
folders. You are never denied access to your files.
Requires Microsoft Windows
XP, Vista, Server 2003/2008, Windows 7 or Windows 8
Updates and Upgrades
The only difference between trial mode and live mode is your activation key. More...
SafeHouse Professional Edition v3.07
30-Day Trial + Live Software $59.99
For professional and business use.
Product Information Release History
Professional Edition v3.07
SafeHouse Explorer v3.01
For simple needs. Great for memory sticks!
for Windows (3MB)
All SafeHouse products may be updated at any time using the downloads found on this page.
You do not need to uninstall the old version. Our installers are smart enough to install on top of your existing version and make all required changes.
Your data files are never touched during the software update process.
About Activation Keys
Please note that the activation keys provided to you when you purchase our commercial products are specific to the edition of the product you purchased.
You must download the edition which corresponds to your purchase, else you will receive a message during installation indicating that your activation
key is incorrect.
How to Install SafeHouse:
The download files on this page are standard Windows SETUP programs. You must run them after completing the download in order to install SafeHouse
onto your PC.
- Click the download link and save the setup program to your desktop.
- When the download completes, your browser will prompt you to run the downloaded file. Confirm.
- The setup program will begin.
Setup does not move or encrypt any of your personal files. This is something you initiate yourself by interacting with the software.