1Click & Lock up is a system tray security utility you can use to secure your desktop when you step away from your PC. It's secure and very easy-to-use. Just define a password, and select Lock to hide and deny access to your desktop to anyone without
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Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Hide Files & Folders 3.58 Hide Files & Folders security utility you can use to protect certain files and folders, or to hide them from viewing and searching. The program asks password upon accessing any protected file and gives access right after entering a valid password
Hide & Protect any Drives 2.98 Protect Hard drive, CD, DVD, floppy and flash, and deny access to partitions of your hard drives. Stop unauthorized software installations and data leak by removable media.
Description: 1Click & Lock up is a system tray security utility you can use to secure your desktop when you step away from your PC. It's secure and very easy-to-use. Just define a password, and select Lock to hide and deny access to your desktop to anyone without the proper password. You can set the program to launch automatically with Windows, lock your desktop from the system tray, log access attempts, and apply a custom background image. When enabled, SecureIt Pro even allows visitors to your PC to leave messages for you. The cold-boot protection and disabling boot keys gives maximum protection that's difficult to get around.
Easy File Protector 5.134 Easy File Protector a password protected security utility to restrict access to files and folders by user-defined time schedule. Files and folders become undeletable, unrenamable
Access Manager for Windows 10.02 Access Manager for Windows allows you to restrict access to to key features of Windows, such as Control Panels or Start menu, network, Taskbar, desktop, system tray, Network Access
Microsoft patents handheld computer click The US Patent and Trademark Office has granted a patent to Microsoft Corp. for a "time based hardware button for application launch" in which a click of a button can start different programs if it is clicked once, twice or held down for ...
How to protect your computer from hackers Almost all of us use Microsoft's Internet Explorer to surf the Net. But the Web browser has rip currents, and some particularly nasty ones have appeared in recent weeks.