Re: Regarding "lock screen"
Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@...>
I usually just press Enter and that will put focus into thefield for my PIN. It could be different if you use a password instead of a PIN, but I really like the PIN since I can quickly punch it in on the keypad and whatever length I set Windows knows when I have entered the appropriate number of digits and it will just login without the need to enter the password and press enter.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
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Subject: Re: Regarding "lock screen"
Onwardbob <onwardbob@...> wrote:
On accident I hit Windows and L keys together and heard "Lock Screen."
It's usually Escape or Ctrl-Alt-Del to get to the password prompt, then enter your password to return to your desktop session.