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Display properties my pc opreting system windows xp sp2 display properties screen saver tab not show why/

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Download this, run it, and click Yes when it asks if you want to "add this information to the registry."
http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com/reg...
Let me know how you made out, and please rate my answer.

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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This isnt a tweak, but a great little feature! For a great way to put your digital photos to work, try creating a slide show presentation for use as a screen saver. Here's how:

1. Right-click an empty spot on your desktop and then click Properties.

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Create a Personal Screen Saver in Windows XP!


This isnt a tweak, but a great little feature! For a great way to put your digital photos to work, try creating a slide show presentation for use as a screen saver. Here's how:

1.) Right-click an empty spot on your desktop and then click Properties.

2.) Click the Screen Saver tab.

3.) In the Screen Saver list, click My Pictures Slideshow.

4.) Click Settings to make any adjustments, such as how often the pictures should change, what size they should be, and whether you'll use transition effects between pictures, and then click OK.

Now your screen saver is a random display of the pictures taken from your My Pictures folder.

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In order to remove the lock screen after resuming from screen saver, sleep, standby, and hibernate, please follow these steps.

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1. Right click on an empty space on the desktop and select "Personalize"

2. On the far right of the Personalization window is the option for Screen Saver. Click "Screen Saver".

3. Unselect "On resume, display logon screen".

4. Click "Change Power Settings".

5. Click "Require a password on wakeup" on the left hand pane.

6. Select "Don't require a password" and select Save changes.

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1. Right click on an empty space on the desktop and select "Properties"

2. Select the Screen Saver tab.

3. Unselect "On resume, display Welcome screen" or "On resume, password protect".

4. Select "Power".

5. Select the "Advanced" tab.

6. Uncheck "Prompt for password when computer resumes from standby". Click Apply, then OK, and then OK again.


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In Windows Screen saver can be managed from Display Properties window. Follow the steps given below:
When using Windows XP, right click on the open space on the Desktop then click Properties to open the "Display Properties" window.
In the "Display Properties" window, click on the "ScreenSaver" tab to manage it.

When using Windows Vista, right click on the open space on the Desktop then click "Personalize" to open the "Personalization" window.
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Create A Personal Screen Saver In Win Xp!


This isnt a tweak, but a great little feature! For a great way to put your digital photos to work, try creating a slide show presentation for use as a screen saver. Here's how:
1. Right-click an empty spot on your desktop and then click Properties.

2. Click the Screen Saver tab.

3. In the Screen saver list, click My Pictures Slideshow.

4. Click Settings to make any adjustments, such as how often the pictures should change, what size they should be, and whether you'll use transition effects between pictures, and then click OK.

Now your screen saver is a random display of the pictures taken from your My Pictures folder.

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My pc display properties screen saver tab not show why?


Download this, run it, and click Yes when it asks if you want to "add this information to the registry."
http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com/reg...
Tell me how you made out, and please rate my answer.

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Dear sir my pc display properties screen saver tab not show why ?


the screen saver is a function of the video driver. Reinstall the video driver and the screensaver tab should appear

Jan 17, 2009 | Dell Dimension 4600 PC Desktop

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Screen saver keeps poping up if i stop typing and i have 2 keep unlocking screen everytime i get back on computer and also slide show comes up when its sitting 4 awhile


xp:
1. right click on unused space on your desktop and click properties to bring the display properties, (you can also go into start>control panel and double click on display)
2.then go to the screen saver tab and click on it
3. modify the time for screen saver to come up and uncheck the box that says "on resume password protect" so you're not asked for a password everytime your screen saver is on and you're returning to work on your computer.

vista:

it's a bit different than xp but similiar in some sense..
when you right click on the desktop go to "Personalize" to bring the display properties and then go to screen saver and modify the wait time and password protected settings.

hope that helps!!

post back if you have any problems

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