its just windows key + L.. its much faster to lock it that way.

Thanks for the post. It is good to get many qualified views on this technical issue.

Right Click on desktop screen and select "new", "Shortcut", and paste below line.

C:\Windows\System32\logon.scr

Now Desktop lock shortcut ready.

Thanks for the tip. I created a batch file with the shortcut and used PClapper (www.pclapper.com) and now when I clap 2 times, my computer gets locked!

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