The computer is capable of making nearly every activity easier. If it's your primary work tool you might want to lock it often in order to prevent unauthorized access. With the help of specialized applications such as KeyboardLock your files are on the safe side by having your mouse and keyboard input blocked.
Lightweight and easy to use
In order for the application to properly run you don't require a sophisticated machine, as it uses little of your system's resources. A compact interface is brought up when you launch it, with all available features clearly visible and easily accessible.
Not much is required on your behalf, because it's straightforward and it can stay hidden in the system tray unless you need keyboard and mouse locked down.
Cut input with a password
The application offers a handy alternative to conventional protection by locking your desktop. Other than covering content with a veil, it only blocks input from your mouse and keyboard.
In order to take advantage of what the application has to offer, you need to set a password to act as a trigger. You can leave the main window minimize and whenever you prepare to get off the chair simply write down the security key anywhere on screen.
However, there is no integrated option that allows you to set the process to trigger automatically if no user input is detected. You can enhance protection with several command line arguments that lock computer right after it starts, set the application to launch when the operating system does, as well as a few more.
To end with
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that KeyboardLock is a handy and straightforward application that keeps your virtual workspace safe from accidental or unauthorized access. Features it comes equipped with are shallow, but overall manages to get the job done well.