I'm not sure I know what I m doing but I opened a terminal and copied this: 
encfs /home/user/.encrypted_encfs/ /home/user/encrypted/ 

Then I got this message:

The directory encfs /home/user/.encrypted_encfs/ /home/user/encrypted/
doesn t exist. Should it be created?

I typed in "y" for yes. Then came a super long piece of text offering
different options:

Common Options:
  -H                    show optional FUSE Mount Options
  -s                    disable multithreaded operation
  -f                    run in foreground (don't spawn daemon).
                        Error messages will be sent to stderr
                        instead of syslog.
  -v, --verbose         verbose: output encfs debug messages
  -i, --idle=MINUTES    Auto unmount after period of inactivity
  --anykey              Do not verify correct key is being used
  --forcedecode         decode data even if an error is detected
                        (for filesystems using MAC block headers)
  --public              act as a typical multi-user filesystem
                        (encfs must be run as root)
  --reverse             reverse encryption
  --extpass=program     Use external program for password prompt

Example, to mount at ~/crypt with raw storage in ~/.crypt :
    encfs ~/.crypt ~/crypt

For more information, see the man page encfs(1)


What would be my next step?

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