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Lock Me

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Lock your computer with a pretty image/video without admin permissions with lock me you can lock your computer any where you want without needing admin permission

VISIT HTTP://965MODS.CO.UK FOR HELP, SUPPORT AND LATEST RELEASE NEWS

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Features

  • Lock Computer where user permissions stop you
  • Lock Computer with a Background image (Customizable)
  • Lock Computer with a Background video (Customizable)
  • Set password once and never need to set it again
  • Change Opacity of lockscreen (50% minimum)
  • Start on windows startup (BETA)
  • Use keybinds to lock computer instantly, just like windows built in lockscreen (Win + L or Ctrl + L)
  • Auto updater
  • Multi Monitor Support (ALPHA)
  • 100% transparent option no image or video just a lock bar (Coming Soon, WIP, v3.x)
  • Visit us on twitter.com/965mods or facebook.com/965mods or at 965mods.co.uk for latest info

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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

.NET/Mono, Win32 (MS Windows), Windows Aero

Programming Language

Visual Basic .NET

Registered

2011-10-07

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