BitLocker not for me, first because of the closed source code, due to the lack of functionality that was in TrueCrypt (for example the creation of virtual encrypted disks or double bottom), thirdly, I use Linux Mint, but for BitLocker had to buy expensive version of Windows (it is expensive and there is no trust).
Recently I heard about fork - VeraCrypt.
Interface VeraCrypt similar to TrueCrypt interface, but VeraCrypt has a number of improvements in terms of security, see Wikipedia.
To generate the key TrueCrypt uses a relatively simple transformation of the password: 1000 or 2000 iterations function PBKDF2-RIPEMD160. Currently, when attackers can rent for brute force is very large computing power of the cloud provider, it's lack of complexity. In VeraCrypt when generating the key used 327 661 PBKDF2 iteration-RIPEMD160 for the system partition, and 655 331 iterations of PBKDF2-RIPEMD160 and 500 000 iterations of SHA-2 and Whirlpool for other containers. Thus, the resistance brute force has improved considerably.
Installation latest version into Linux Mint:
1. Download latest installer from official site http://veracrypt.codeplex.com/ => Download
2. Unpack the archive
3. Enter to the unzipped folder and run the installer, follow the architecture of your system
4. Follow the instructions of the installer.
Remove from Linux Mint:
Good luck and safe work for you!!!