How to protect your laptop with Kensington lock

How to protect your laptop with Kensington lock

A Kensington lock is a special kind of lock made for securing expensive electronic equipment. Though they are typically used to secure relatively small mobile equipment such as notebook computers and projectors, Kensington locks can also be used to secure desktop systems and monitors.

In this article we will show you how to install Kensington Lock on your device.

 

How to install Kensington Lock

  1. Find the hole for kensington lock in your device (in this article notebook) and prepare lock headHow to protect your laptop with Kensington lock
  2. Insert the lock head inside hole How to protect your laptop with Kensington lock  How to protect your laptop with Kensington lock
  3. Tighten it with hex keyHow to protect your laptop with Kensington lock  How to protect your laptop with Kensington lock  How to protect your laptop with Kensington lock
  4. Loop the cord around something immovable such as a pipe or a piece of furniture.How to protect your laptop with Kensington lock  How to protect your laptop with Kensington lock  How to protect your laptop with Kensington lock  How to protect your laptop with Kensington lock
  5. Put a lock on the head and lock itHow to protect your laptop with Kensington lock  How to protect your laptop with Kensington lock  How to protect your laptop with Kensington lock  How to protect your laptop with Kensington lock  How to protect your laptop with Kensington lock
  6. Done, now is your laptop secured against theftHow to protect your laptop with Kensington lock  How to protect your laptop with Kensington lock  How to protect your laptop with Kensington lock  How to protect your laptop with Kensington lock  How to protect your laptop with Kensington lock  How to protect your laptop with Kensington lock
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