Actually, to be honest, I don’t think it’s frozen, just very slow… As mentioned, there’s a performance issue with selecting many files from Windows Explorer. This affects all such operations: encrypt/decrypt/wipe/rename .
If you can check, open up Task Manager. You should see an AxCrypt process appearing and disappearing there for a while, and then the operation started.
However, AxCrypt should not freeze during this – it should essentially not notice, although the Windows Explorer extension may behave strangely since it’s busy with this.
We don’t have release dates, we’re on a continuous delivery schedule which typically means once or twice a week. We’ll be releasing a new version during the week, but I can’t promise that these fixes make it – it depends on the priority of other issues, but it’s likely.
If you’re using AxCrypt you’ll see a red light bulb in the upper right corner of the main window when there’s a newer version than the one you’re running available.
And yes, you’re right, we don’t have the rename feature in the menus. That’s an oversight. I’ve logged a new issue for that. You can follow it here . Thank you!