This is cool; if it feels a pain to do CTRL+ALT+DEL every time you want to
lock your desktop, then you can do the following to avoid using the above
1. Right click an empty spot on the desktop, point to New and click
2. In the Create Shortcut dialog box, type the following into the Type the
location of the item text box:
"rundll32 user32.dll,LockWorkStation" remove quotes while typing.
3. Click Next.
4. In "Type a name for this shortcut", type "Lock" and Click Finish.
Now the desktop will lock when you click your new "Lock" icon in the
Note: This is applicable only for Win 2000 and Win XP users
The Bund Garden police have registered a case of fraud, following a
complaint from a US-based software professional, who said that unknown
persons had broken into his ICICI Bank account and illegally
transferred Rs 1,18,038, using the net banking facility.
Full details available @ http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/1611349.cms