When you walk away from your computer, you want to make sure to lock it so other people can’t access your machine and its data. You can, of course, manually lock your Windows 10 PC down by hitting Windows Key + L or Ctrl + Alt + Del. But sometimes you forget. The cool thing is you can make Windows 10 lock automatically after a set time of inactivity. Here is a look at a few ways you can set this up.
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