How To Setup Pen Drive As Password in PC (Windows 7/8/10)

Most of the PC users unlock their device with Passwords like a PIN, Picture, FingerPrint etc. But have you ever think of using a hardware device to Unlock your Device. It is possible to turn your USB into your computer password. It sounds difficult but it’s not. Here you will know How To Setup Pen Drive As Password in PC (Windows 7/8/10).

What are the Requirements:

  • A PC with Windows 7/8/10.
  • A Pen Drive
  • And PREDATOR App

How To Install PREDATOR Software

  • First Download PREDATOR USB Software | 32-Bit | 64-Bit | Home Edition |
  • After Downloading Software Extract it.
  • Now Doble Click on InstallPredator.
  • Then Click Next and select I Agree and Hit Next Again.
  • On Next Check the Option and click Next 
  • Now select the path where to Install.
  • Again Click Next and wait for the Install.
  • DONE!

How To Setup Pen Drive As Password in PC:

Now it’s time to set up Pen Drive as a PC Password.

  • Open PREDATOR USB Software.
  • Before opening it will ask you to insert Pen Drive. Insert the Pen Drive.
  • At Next step Type a Password (min 6-digit) and then Hit OK.
  • All Done.
  • If someone will try to access to you system it will ask for Password or Pen Drive. Check out how it looks like.

And if nothing provided, it will beep and flashes with restricted sign.

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