Is there a way to keep the desktop of windows working, but protected with password or pin?
As I asked, is there a way to keep the desktop of windows working, but protected with password or pin so?
I want nobody to access anything in that moment.
- JoeLv 72 years agoFavorite Answer
Generally, you can set a "screen lock" feature. Most people who do this set it in the screensaver, as password protection.
You can probably set up a keyboard shortcut to do it, too. Google "screen lock", with your version of Windows, for how-to. (I'm a Linux guy, so I can't help you further.)
- ArimatthewdaviesLv 72 years ago
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