lock on lid closure

Martijn van de Streek martijn at foodfight.org
Tue Feb 7 18:12:25 GMT 2006

On Tue, 07 Feb 2006, Stefan Glasenhardt wrote:

> A screensaver is only activated, when the user doesn't use the system
> for a given time period, e.g. when he is on the toilet or everywhere
> else. In this case, the user doesn't even see what is going on on his
> monitor. When coming back the most people first move the mouse (or press
> a key) to deactivate the screensaver and to be able to work again.  So
> nobody really notices screensavers.

In all companies where I've worked, locking(!) your screen when you walk
away is/was mandatory..

Never moon a werewolf.
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