All WinLock commands are related to the following features:
Restricting the access to system options.
Locking system resources (applications, files, folders, etc.).
Controlling how long others can use your computer.
Monitoring the changes to the Windows shell.
The main window of WinLock looks like the following:
Numbers in this picture show the main parts of the program:
The Shortcut bar displays folders: General, System, Internet, Access, and Timer. Clicking on a folder makes that folder active and displays the icons it contains. Selecting an icon changes the page displayed in the application area.
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