Timer controls how long others can use your computer. Once that limit is reached, Windows is summarily shut down.
Enable - select to enable timer.
Restart timer - if selected, WinLock will
reactivate the timer with a new value. This check box is disabled
when timer is inactive.
Tip: when enabled, WinLock displays the remaining time as a part of the tray icon hint.
Countdown timer - select this option to start timer in countdown mode. Then, specify how long your computer will be available (for example, 3 hours and 45 minutes daily).
Time range - specify the time range when your computer will be available (for example, from 9:00 am till 16:00 pm). All attempts to change the system time will be blocked.
Shutdown - shuts down the system.
Log off - shuts down all running processes and logs the user off.
Lock after reset - select this box if you want to lock Windows after incorrect shutdown (for example, after pressing the Reset button).
Disable timer after unlock - select this check box if you want to turn the timer off after unlock the computer.
Reset timer daily - this option allows you to
limit daily computer usage. When enabled, WinLock unlocks the
computer for a certain period of time, once in a day. Do not
attempt to adjust system date and time while this mode is active!
Otherwise, the PC will be locked. It is also recommended to disable
Internet time synchronization option.
Note: this option is unavailable in time range mode.
Unlock prompt - specifies how long WinLock shows the unlock dialog that prompts for the correct password on the startup.
Tip: to lock the computer immediately, in Protection menu select Lock.
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