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While working on computer I mayl leave the room for a minute and when i return it islocked. why is that?

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Most likely it is your screensaver auto lock function. If you have administrator rights to your computer, you should be able to access screen saver settings un-check the box that says "On resume, display logon screen" this is a windows 7 solution. Attached is a link on how to get to the screen saver settings.

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Change-screen-saver

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