Seethrough Windows LockScreen

This seethrough, transparent windows lockscreen works mostly in Windows 7 and Windows Vista versions only. Most of you don't want others to watch your computer in your absence. What is the basic technique you do in Windows 7, just you may press 'Windows logo key + L' to lock the screen. By pressing it will go to logon page screen the operations will remain same on your desktop(the music played, file is downloading, everything will carry on), but the member behind u have the access to the same computer means he/she may logon to it. And you will also be in a dilemma that what happened to the downloaded file, chat messages and so on. Here is a new small tool for you to lock the screen. It is a transparent lock called Clear Lock.

Clear Lock Image

The Clear Lock is Freeware application for your Windows. It allows you to see the desktop but not to access them without giving proper password. It is a simple application, you don't need to install it, you can just run the executable clearlock.exe, it will run. The first time it will ask you for the password after executing it, after that if you run the clear lock means it will be running on your desktop screen and allows you to see the desktop transparently. If others entering wrong passwords to that means it will allow them to enter for three times after that it cant be activated for five minutes, after that only password can be given.

Clear Lock Image

If you forgot the password for the application means no problem, you don't need to worry on that too. You can Go to the Clear Lock folder, delete the .ini file in it. After that if you run the clearlock.exe it will again ask you for the new password. It is an free ware application compatible with Windows 7 and Windows Vista.

Download Your free Clear Lock here

http://www.swanrivercomputers.com/scripts/winbuilder/clearlock

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