How to Set a Pattern Lock in Windows

Security is the most Important thing that most of the People look for. If you are an Android or Mi User then you must be aware of Lock Pattern Security at Both the Platforms. Pattern Lock,is a feature that allows the user to Unlock their respective Smart Phones by drawing a Pattern on a 3 by 3 point or 4 by 4 Point Interval.

In Windows, you have Password Based Security like in Android and MIUI. But Suppose that if there is a chance to add Pattern Lock on your Operating System.Sounds Exciting ! This Method to set Pattern Lock on Windows will work on any of its Version. We will Use Eusing Maze Lock

As Pattern is Easier than a Combination of Numbers and Letters, many Users prefer it over the Pin and Passwords to protect their Smartphones.

What is Eusing Maze Lock ?

Eusing Maze Lock is a Small, Lightweight application that allows you to Lock your screen and prevent other people from Accessing your computer while you are away from it.Eusing Maze Lock uses a Pattern based technique to lock your computer. Simply set your own unlock pattern by connecting some of the nine dots together (There is a default unlock pattern has been pre-set). When you try to unlock your computer, you need to draw the same pattern exactly as you set.

How to Set Pattern Lock on Any Version of Windows ?

1) First Download Eusing Maze Lock and Install it in your System.

2) Right Click on the Maze Lock Icon and Click on the Configure Icon or you can Simply press Windows Key+ C .




3)Now Draw the Default Pattern .




4)Now A Window will be Displayed.In the Reset Pattern Tab you can Reset your Pattern,Backup it and Change the Point Interval.




5)After Changing the Default Pattern with your Pattern.Click on the General Tab and Do the Settings according to your Preferences.




6)Now Click on the Background Tab to Change the Background of the Screen.




7)After doing all the Setting Click on OK Button.

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