Set Desktop Screen Saver

in Windows XP

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Set Desktop Screen Saver

When, you keep your Windows XP operating System Idol position, that time, after some time later, you will see some visual moving effects in your Computer Screen in your Computer. This is the Desktop Screen Saver in your Computer.

When, you keep your Windows XP operating System Idol position, that time, after some time later, you will see some visual moving effects in your Computer Screen in your Computer. This is the Desktop Screen Saver in your Computer.

Desktop Screen Saver is a beautiful thing in your Computer Screen. Usually, it it a like a Entertainment thing. Sometimes, you feel boring in front of your Computer. Desktop Screen Saver can decrease your boringness from your mind.

Desktop Screen Saver is also visually beautiful. People like different types of Desktop Screen Saver. Desktop Screen Saver will give you Visual happiness in your Mind. Specially, Kids like most the Desktop Screen Saver.

Sometimes, you go out for your important work. That time, may be you can forget to Turn Off your Computer. That time, any one can Enter to your Computer. Specially, Kids like to use the Computer very much. They can Delete any Important File from your Computer.

Sometimes, your Relatives or Friends can Enter to your Computer. They can use your Personal Documents without your permission. You can fall in a problem.

Sometimes, you go out for your important work from your Office. That time, any Employee can Enter to your Computer without your permission. They can access your Official Confidential Documents. So, you can also fall in a problem.

But, if you set the Desktop Screen Saver to your Computer with “On resume, password protect” option, that time, no one can not Enter to your Computer without your permission. Because, when, you go out or do not use your Computer (minimum “1 Minute”), that time, Desktop Screen Saver will start automatically with the “Windows Login Password” option in your Computer. That time, if anyone wants to Enter to your Computer, he or she needs the “Windows Login Password”. Without the “Windows Login Password”, any one can not Enter to your Computer. This is the automatic process. So, do not worry, if you forget to Turn Off your Computer for any reason.

After, coming back to your Computer, you have to Enter the “Windows Login Password” to the “Windows Login Password Box” option. If, you type the “Windows Login Password” correctly to the “Windows Login Password Box” option, then, you can Enter to your Computer. You should remember what is your “Windows Login Password” in the Computer?

You can add many types of Desktop Screen Saver in your Computer. Usually, there are many types of Desktop Screen Saver are staying in the Desktop Screen Saver Option. You can choose any type of Desktop Screen Saver which you want.

How to Set Desktop Screen Saver

 

Set Desktop Screen Saver

1. Press “Mouse Right Button” from your mouse in the “Desktop”

Set Desktop Screen Saver

2. Click “Properties” (“Display Properties” will appear on the screen)

Set Desktop Screen Saver

3. Under “Screen Saver” tab, choose the below steps which you want

 

a. Under “Screen Saver”, Click any “Screen Saver” which you want (For example- “Beziers”)

b. From the “Settings” Option, you can choose the Length, Width, Speed of the “Desktop Screen Saver”.

c. From “Preview” option, You can see what will be the view of the “Desktop Screen Saver” before applying.

d. From “Wait” option, you can choose the minimum time limit to Activate the “Desktop Screen Saver” in the “Desktop”. Usually, the minimum time limit is “1 Minute”.

e. Give the “Tick Mark” to the “On resume, password protect” check box

f. Click “Power” option to choose the “Power Option Properties”

g. Click “OK”

 

In this way, you can set your “Desktop Screen Saver” from “Desktop” in “Windows XP Operating System”. If you like the post, Please leave a comment
 
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