As we know very well that the screen savers were introduced to save Cathode Ray Tube (popularly known as CRT) monitors from burn-in effect, and now that maximum PC’s are using LCD or LED screens, screen savers are no longer as important and successful as they were a decade ago. Screen savers are turned off by default in Windows 10. That’s, when you leave your Windows 10 PC idle for few of minutes, you do not see a screen saver on your PC’s screen.
All screen savers that were part of Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 are now available in Windows 10 as well, meaning you get bubbles, 3D Text, blank, mystify, photos, and ribbons screen savers in Windows 10. Today we are here with a method by which you can enable screen saver on your Windows 10.
Yes, this is possible by this article that I’ve discussed in the below article How to enable screen saver in Windows 10 by just following the below steps.
Step 1. The first type Change screen saver in the search box and hit Enter.
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Step 2. Once screen saver settings dialog is opened, select a screen saver from the drop-down box and customize the selected screen saver by clicking on Settings, and then click Apply button and OK.
Step 3. Here the default wait time is 1 minute and you can change it to your favorite time limit 2, 5 or 10 min by clicking the up arrow. After making changes, click Apply button.
Step 4. That’s it! Now screen saver applied on you Windows 10.
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