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(Solved) screensaver

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by carole, Feb 14, 2003.

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  1. carole

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    Could someone tell me how to disable the screensaver? Also to enable it again.
    Thank you
     
  2. carole

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    Thanks anyway
     
  3. cnm

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    Right click on any empty piece of desktop. Select Properties. Go to Screensaver tab. In the Screensaver dropdown menu, select the top item [None].

    EDIT: To re-enable, do the same thing but select the screensaver of your choice instead of [None].
     
  4. carole

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    I have the microsoft Xp shortcut bar on my puter. How do I get it so that it will stay on when i turn my puter on. It will show up at first but then disappears and then i have to go to tools and clik on it for it to show up as a toolbar or taskbar whatever you call it .
    Thanks for your advice
     
  5. cnm

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    carole, Start a new thread in the Operating Systems >
    Windows NT/2000/XP
    section for this totally different subject. Good luck
    :)
     
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