64-bit logon

  • Start64!Safe AutoLogon logs on a user with full 256-bit AES encryption. It runs on Windows XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, 7, and 2008R2 computers and passwords can be synchronized with our Password Server product.

  • Start64!USBLogin allows you to login to your PC by inserting a configured USB stick. USBLogin saves login information in an encrypted manner in a USB stick and you can use it to login to your PC. USBLogin can save logins for different PCs to the same USB stick, as long as the computer name is different.

  • Start64!New version! - VSUsbLogon allows to login Windows in a secure way via USB device, replacing the password based Windows login. You don’t need to remember and type your Windows password (but your system is still password protected). Users can be automatically logged into Windows as they insert the USB flash drive into the USB port. VSUsbLogon allows you to use PIN code to login Windows when USB device has been connected.

  • Start64!New version! - VSLogonScreenCustomizer is a special program designed to personalize logon screen for Microsoft Windows Vista/7. Administrator rights are required when working with VSLogonScreenCustomizer. Supported image formats: TIFF, JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP and WMPhoto.

  • Start64!Login Helper will help you easily set up or just check the current state of the Windows auto login feature. With it you can easily set the Windows auto login or check its current settings. In addition it is combined with Auto Lock feature, which can lock the computer depending on the user that is being logged in.

  • Start64!In Windows 8, Microsoft has prohibited the user to log on straight to the Windows Desktop through a system licensing policy. Due to this policy, you always have to start with the Modern UI. If you’re a power-user, or you just want choice, you should be able to boot your system straight to the desktop. I’m not against the Modern UI, and I have no problem with the start screen, but I’m pretty sure I (and many others) don’t need it right from the beginning of a session.

  • Start64!Luxand Blink! is a biometric PC access application that enables the user to log in to Windows by face, which is captured by the webcam, matched against the registered profile and identified by the application.

  • Start64!The Novell® Client™ for Windows Vista* provides Windows connectivity to NetWare® and OES Linux servers. With the Novell Client, you can browse through authorized Novell directories, transfer files, and use advanced Novell services directly from a Windows Vista workstation.

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