Hide & Password Protect any Window in the System Tray with WinLock

If you have multiple users for your system, then security and privacy comes prior to anything else. Windows allows you to password protect the system but what if some other user wants to access the system when you at middle of something. Here is a tutorial describing about third party utility software that enables you to password protect and hide any Window in the system tray.

Hide Password Protect Window System Tray

Privacy is somewhat important to each and every one of you out there. Even though you trust the other users, there are some events where you don’t any other to see or access to it.

Password Protect Windows in the System Tray with WinLock

A freeware utility called WinLock can ease you in a situation where the other wants to access the system when you are at middle of your work. This freeware lets you lock, password protect, and hide any window in your current Windows session.

This utility is simple and easy to use. Just install it. Once you are done with the installation, you can use the hotkey i.e. Control + Space this will lock any window and immediately minimize the window to the system tray.

password protect and hide any window system tray with winlock.

To reopen the locked window or the window that was locked earlier, just find its icon from the system tray and double click on it. This will prompt for password, provide the password and hit enter.

Winlock is not a permanent solution, but still privacy can be maintained temporarily by hiding windows and secure them by password. You can download WinLock for free from this link. It is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7, and even with the new Windows 8, in both 32- and 64-bit editions.

Now you can lock any window and password protect it so that no one else can access the window you are working currently and you can easily secure your privacy with WinLock.

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