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Windows 7 CTRL + ALT + DELETE or press the Security button

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I always use the keyboard.  Question:  What is the windows 7 security button?
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It's for tablets.  You can't press ctrl,alt, del with most tablets so they included a button that does this.

Most Tablet PCs have a small Windows Security button next to their view screen. Pressing the button during the start-up process displays the Windows log-on screen, and opens the Task Manager when Windows is already running.

You should be able to remove it by going to start->netplwiz->advanced
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Can I see a picture of it?  Can you give me a link or some sort of graphics file?
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