How do I passwordprotectmyxpcomputer? Tags: Security Laptops Windows XP Last response: November 22, 2010 12:50 PM in Windows XP Share granted50 November 22, 2010 2:49:18 AM The question is the same as the title. People are logging on to my laptop, and I want to secure this from happening. More about : passwordprotectmyxpcomputer soundguruman November 22, 2010 12:07:38 PM you click start, click control panel, click users and passwords. Look in the users and passwords to set a password log on. m 0 l hang-the-9 a b 8 Security a c 219 D Laptop November 22, 2010 12:50:36 PM You can also do this in the BIOS, that will prevent people with other accounts getting to the Widnows logon screen even. And make sure you remember the passwords or you'll be visiting here again. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedNoob Question beware! - USB ports and how they work. Forum SolvedHow's The Build? Forum SolvedHow's The Setup Forum SolvedHow much wattage? Forum SolvedHow to overclock GTX 780 Ti to 1085Mhz using MSI Afterburner ? Forum Solvedhow can i disable the motherboard graphics card ! Forum SolvedHow to maximize XFX R9 270? Forum SolvedMy apartment is pre-wired for internet, how do I set it up? Forum SolvedHow to do a fresh Windows 8.1 install on new pc build with no disc? Forum SolvedLooking to see how much longer my PC would last. Forum SolvedHow to Backup/Sync Saved Games Forum SolvedHow to change where the audio comes from in a dual monitor config? Forum SolvedHow well will this system run Skyrim (Ultra Settings) plus lots of mods Forum SolvedHow much of a performance increase will Haswell E and DDR4 be? Forum SolvedHow fast do you think i'll fry my SSD? Forum SolvedHow do you game on one monitor when using a dual monitor setup Forum SolvedHow hot should my intel i5 4570 (stock fan) before Ishould worryabout damaging my processor. Forum Solvedhow do i get a password for my Samsung Galaxy 5 mobile phone Forum Solvedhow to lower ram voltage Forum SolvedHow to add more case fans Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !