Lock/Unlock Your PC Using USB Drive With Password Booster Screen Lock

While stepping away from the computer, it is important to lock the screen in order to avoid anyone else using it. Some organizations, such as banks are very strict about locking your work station before leaving your chair, even if you are going just for 5 minutes. In case you forget to lock the PC, you can get into trouble. The problem is that if your computer contains sensitive information, anyone can simply look at it, or copy it, and use it in any way possible. For instance, if someone gets their hands on your financial information, they can cause you a lot of problems by using it maliciously. Password Booster Screen Lock locks your computer screen by using your USB flash drive, hence giving an experience similar to using a physical key on your Windows PC. Once you register a USB flash drive with the application, you can lock computer screen just by unplugging it. The program lets you register and unregister more than one USB flash drives at a time, making it ideal fit for multiple users. The program can be useful on public and shared computers. Once you register your USB flash drive, you don’t have to worry about someone else interfering with your work even if you have to leave your PC unattended for some time.

The application’s interface comprises of Enable and Disable buttons to turn locking on/off, and a Setup button to register a USB flash drive. You can also enable/disable the application by right-clicking the system tray icon (default is enabled state).

Password Booster Screen Lock

To get started, first register a USB flash drive by clicking Setup and select Enroll a flash drive to make it the locking device. Once done, insert a USB flash drive in your PC (remove and re-insert if its already in your PC) and it will be automatically registered. You can un-enroll a registered flash drive in the same way.


Password Booster Screen Lock - USB Flash Drive Registered

Now remove and re-insert the drive once to activate the locking mechanism. The next time you remove the registered USB flash drive out, your computer screen will automatically get locked. You can unlock the screen either by inserting the USB flash drive, or by entering your Windows account password, since it does not disable the native lock process. Password Booster Screen Lock is almost similar to previously reviewed WinLockr application, and works on both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.

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  • Paul

    Password Booster Screen Lock
    I went to download this program no where could I find this “FREE PROGRAM” I found where you can BUY the Program. But not the FREE PROGRAM

    • http://www.addictivetips.com/ Fawad

      Its under the “Getting Started” tab. Click on “Download Lock Screen”.

  • GW

    As I expected, after addictivetips made their decision to cover paid applications things have really started going downhill. This site used to only cover truly free software but recently I’ve been seeing a lot of nagware, crippleware and time limited trial software popping up as “free” software. I liked addictivetips a lot in the past but it’s starting to look like I might have to find another free software site to read.

    • Aatif

      My apologies, but I totally disagree. We are still covering totally free software, and particularly with respect to this application, as Fawad explained, it can be obtained under Getting Started without the need for any purchase.
      Every software featured on AddictiveTips is fully tested and reviewed by our team after being verified for being ‘free’. We believe in staying loyal to our readers, and we ensure that you receive the best freeware available on the web.
      Keep reading!

  • paul

    Well if you want too cover “Paid” then a separate section for them PLEASE