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Lock Your PC to Stop Others From Using it in Your Absence

WinLockr is a tiny and portable Windows utility that can help you quickly lock your computer in your absence. It is useful, for instance, you can use it at your working environment to prevent others from accessing your data when you are not in front of your PC.

WinLockr has following features:
  1. Lock your computer so that other users can't enter without your password.
  2. USB-Unlock: Unlock Windows by simply inserting your USB flash drive to your computer.
  3. Mouse/Keyboard blocking: WinLockr will block the mouse and keyboard except the keys that you need to enter your password.
  4. Shutdown Prevention: Every shutdown/restart/log off actions will also be blocked.
It is quite simple to use, download, and extract the tool. Run Winlockr Gui and enter password that you need to lock your PC. You can also use your USB stick to lock your PC.

To use USB to lock your PC, choose USB Unlock option, insert your stick, and click install on USB button. You can use this USB stick to unlock your PC by just inserting. You can download Winlockr free at here.

Similar posts: 1. Lock PC using USB, 2. USB desktop lock


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