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chac

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Ok this may is a bit of a trivial question really but I am going to ask anyways

On my PC at work I can lock my computer using CTRL + ALT + DEL
I would like to use this on my home PC as we will have some lodgers for a few month

Can someone explain how to set this up (if it is possible)

Thanks :whistling: :blink: :help:
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I lock mine by doing "windows key + 'L'"

Just hold down the windows key (the flag style key in the bottom left of your keyboard) and press "L" :whistling:
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Cheers for that

Excactly what I need

Edited by chac, 04 February 2007 - 02:35 PM.

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Major Payne

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You'll find more shortcuts for Windows Key here.

Microsoft list more plus the usual shortcuts:

Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows XP

Just my 2 cents worh. :whistling:

Ron
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