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Do you ever want to chill-out in another room while your children play with you PC? Do you ever fear they could break or delete something?

DesktopShield protects your desktop and optionally locks the keyboard, leaving just an "hole". Users can use the application inside the hole but cannot interact with other portions of the desktop.


  1. Launch any software or game your children want to use (i.e. Windows' Purble Place, Chess Titans, or whotever...)
  2. Launch DesktopShield
  3. Read carefully the "Read me" message
  4. Position the "hole" in order it covers the window you opened at step 1.
  5. Click go.
Remember: in order to terminate DesktopShield you have to press [HOME] and [ESC] in sequence (not at the same time!)

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