Software runs successfully on Windows 8, 7 x32 and x64, Vista x32 and x64, 2003/XP
KeyboardLocker disables the keyboard while leaving the mouse active. An exit phrase must be entered before the keyboard is reactivated.
KeyboardLocker can be used
You can start KeyboardLocker INSTANTLY with Ctrl+Alt+L, and start KeyboardLocker automatically as your computer boots (by copying the KeyboardLocker short cut into the StartUp folder).
|I came home from a weekend trip and found that my new
cats had stepped on my keyboard and launched AOL which, I only have 3
hours a month, then I'm charge per minute. It turned out I was logged on
for over 2000 minutes. Hence I had to find a solution...KeyboardLocker!
- David Segal
KeyboardLocker features two startup modes
There are several ways you can start KeyboardLocker:
"c:\Program Files\KeyboardLocker\KeyboardLocker.exe" [/START]
Starts KeyboardLocker in interactive mode. If /START is specified, KeyboardLocker locks immediately.
"c:\Program Files\KeyboardLocker\KeyboardLocker.exe" /NEWPWD=<new password> [/START]
Starts KeyboardLocker in interactive mode, but with a new default password. If /START is specified, KeyboardLocker locks immediately.
"c:\Program Files\KeyboardLocker\KeyboardLocker.exe" /OLDPWD=<old password> /NEWPWD=<new password>
If KeyboardLocker is currently running, it changes the unlock phrase from old password to new password. This copy of KeyboardLocker then terminates.
"c:\Program Files\KeyboardLocker\KeyboardLocker.exe" /STOP=<password>
Unlocks KeyboardLocker if it is currently running and password is correct. This copy of KeyboardLocker then terminates.
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