This page allows you to adjust general WinLock parameters.
Turn on protection on startup - if you select this check box, WinLock will be automatically enabled on startup, even if it was previously disabled.
Prompt for the password on startup - if
checked, this option causes WinLock to prompt for the password on
startup in order to use the computer.
Note: this option disables startup notification.
Enable Shutdown Windows menu - select to enable Shutdown Windows item in WinLock tray popup menu. By clicking this item it will be possible to shutdown or restart Windows without opening WinLock main window. This is useful if you have disabled the Start button and need to shutdown your system without entering WinLock password.
Save password in settings profile - select this check box if you want to store password in the settings profile.
Show password prompt on top of the other windows - select to prevent password prompt and unlock prompt dialogs from loosing keyboard focus.
System monitoring - if you select this check box, WinLock will continually monitor user activity to prevent changes that may affects WinLock security options.
Hide tray icon - select this check box to disable WinLock tray icon. Note that pressing the Properties hot key will be required to show WinLock. Or, open folder where WinLock was installed and run winlock.exe file with -showicon parameter.
Unload protection - prevents the ability to unload WinLock using third-party task managers.
Self-protection - self-protection is used to enable the application's mechanism which protects its own files on the drive and its processes in memory. Note: you must restart your computer to make effect.
Ask for password to run restricted executables - select to run the restricted executables after entering the correct password.
Enable Instant Lock - select to enable Instant Lock feature.
Automatically check for updates - automatically checks for program updates.
Priority - this setting lets you adjust WinLock's use of machine resources High priority improves the protection but may slightly slow down the computer. If you do not use System Monitoring, or Block Windows feature, you can select Low priority.
Language - selects the program language.
Instant Lock hot key - select the hot key that activates Instant Lock (Ctrl+Space or Shift+Space).
Properties hot key - select the hot key that opens WinLock.
Protection hot key - select the hot key that enables or disables WinLock protection.
Lock hot key - select the hot key that locks the
Tip: to setup a hot key, click in the hot key box and press the desired keys, the box will update with the names of the keys you wish to use.
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