In some older versions of Windows there was an option to press Ctrl+Alt+Del button before you got to your username and password to logon. This option is supposed to provide an extra layer of security and prevent malicious programs from accessing the system.
But this option is not activated by default in Windows Vista. In some versions of Windows 7, like the Ultimate version, once may find it enabled by default. In any case, manually enabling this option isn’t difficult if you don’t mind going through an extra step while signing in to your PC.
This guide will tell you how to enable or disable this option in Windows Vista and Windows 7.
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Last updated on 05 February, 2022
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