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Lock Your Screen at a Predefined Time With Screen Locker

Want to lock your computer screen while you are away from it? In Windows, the simplest way is to press and hold the Win + L key. But, if you want to lock your screen automatically at a predefined time, here is a simple application called ScreenLocker.

ScreenLocker is a lightweight (just weigh only 18Kb) and very simple to use application that will automatically lock your screen in the pre-set time.

It has a very simple interface. You can very easily adjust how long your computer screen needs to be locked and after at which time in minutes.

ScreenLocker is very useful, for example, to prevent others from accessing your computer while you are away from your desk and adds some privacy and security to your work.

Screen Locker can be downloaded (18Kb) at source here.


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