Pro Key Lock can be used to lock specific keyboard keys (e.g. CapsLock, the windows key, etc.) or key combinations (e.g. alt-tab, alt-F4, etc.) and mouse buttons and functions (e.g. right lick, double click, clicks inside/outside a rectangular area).
Jan 25, 2017 20:52:12
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows CE
Taskbar Timer 1.0 Taskbar Timer is a simple countdown alarm that nicely sits in you system tray. There are three preset timers for 1 minute, 10 minuts and 1 hour which roughly behave like a microwave timer.
Save Clipboard Here 1.1 Save Clipboard Here is a utility that nicely sits in your windows context menu (right click menu), allowing you to load and save the content of the clipboard directly from/to a file.
Description: Pro Key Lock can be used to lock specific keys, key combinations and mouse functions such as the function keys, the caps-lock key, the windows (start) key, Alt-Tab, right clicks, double clicks, etc. The user can also define a rectangle on the screen and instruct Pro Key Lock to enable mouse clicks only inside/outside this rectangle. Pro Key Lock is ideal to be used wherever there is a need to prevent a user from accidentally, or intentionally, interfering with the operating system. Unlike other similar programs, Pro Key Lock can also be used to prevent the user from bringing up the windows task manager by pressing Ctrl-Alt-Del. Indicative applications include information kiosks, internet corners, presentations, classrooms. seminar rooms, etc.
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