Crystal Office Systems Releases WinLock Professional 4.65

Moscow, Russia (PressExposure) May 16, 2008 -- WinLock is a comprehensive security solution for personal or publicly accessible computers. It is a program that ensures that only authorized people can access sensitive information on your computer.

With WinLock you can control how long others can use your computer. It runs from the system tray and requires a password to gain access to the available settings. It loads automatically with Windows and allows you to add an optional startup message, provide audio notification, and set the time limit. Once that limit is reached, Windows is summarily shut down. You can toggle the timer on and off from the tray. When enabled, there is no way around it without the proper password.

WinLock also lets you to disable Windows hot keys (such as Alt-Ctrl-Del, Alt-Tab, Ctrl-Esc, etc.), lock Windows desktop, hide the Start button and Switch bar, lock files and folders, filter Internet content and much more...

The Professional edition offers all features of WinLock, plus several advanced commands of interest to the power Windows users and computer administrators.

WinLock Professional 4.65 is distributed electronically over the Internet; free evaluation version is available at for evaluation. The price of a single copy is 31.95 US Dollars.

Crystal Office Systems was founded in 1999 and is known among the software community as a maker of office tasks related software for individuals, small businesses and corporations. Over the past years the company has released several software titles, including DayMate, Maple Professional, NotePro, WinLock, and Clip Plus.

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Press Release Submitted On: May 13, 2008 at 4:31 am
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