How To Add Pattern Lock On Windows Computer

By default, you can only lock a windows computer using password, that’s the only locking feature enabled, right? But do you know you can actually lock your windows computer using a pattern lock, that’s what i’ll be showing you how to do here. It’s time to get rid of the old password protection and use a more modernized method to lock your computer.

Pattern lock is an awesome and a fun way to lock our device, most of you using a smartphone already knows how it works. You’ll be required to draw a pattern correctly in order to unlock your device.

To add pattern lock to your windows computer we will be making use of two locking tools. These tools have been tested and found to work perfectly on windows XP, windows 7, 8 and windows 10. Follow the below procedures to secure your windows computer with a pattern lock.

1. Eusing Maze Lock

Using the eusing maze lock software you can enable the pattern lock feature on windows computers, touchscreen smartphones as well as tablets. This software is free and safe; it worked perfectly on windows 7, 8, 10 and XP.

Features –

  • Set alarm when there are incorrect logins
  • Enable auto lock on windows startup
  • Have 3 built-in lock patterns, 3X3, 4X4, 5X5
  • Lock screen transparency

How To Use It

Download Eusing Maze Lock

Install it like any other software in your computer

Once the installation is complete, reset the default pattern lock and set yours.

2. Xus PC Lock

The Xus PC lock is another great tool to add the pattern lock feature to your windows computer. It works pretty much like the first software but it’s not free. However, you can have a taste of it by using the trial version before acquiring it. The Xus PC lock is virus free and also compatible with windows 7, 8, 10 and windows XP.

Features –

  • Enable auto lock on windows startup
  • Set timer to turn off monitor automatically
  • Animation effect on locking and unlocking
  • $20 for full version

Download Xus PC Lock

Over To You

Most of you will definitely go for the first software which is totally free, who doesn’t love free stuff. Nevertheless, the both pattern lock tools are great and i’ll love to hear from you once you’ve tried them out.

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