Monday, June 6, 2011

How do I change my laptop settings?

Basically, I need to defrag my laptop over night while I sleep. However, I tried this a while back and when I left the laptop unattended for about 30 minutes (without the lid being close) it looked like it had turned off and went into sleep mode and I wasn't sure if the defragmentation was continuing or not but the fans had turned off when this happen and there was no sound. And whenever I shut the lid, it automatically goes into sleep mode but I know how to change these settings. Basically, I need to leave it on all night, and for it not to turn off or go into sleep mode. I want the screensaver to stay on throughout the night but I don't want my laptop stopping the defragmentation when left attended for ages. Any help? Thanks.How do I change my laptop settings?
First of all dont waster hours of time using windows defrag, try this its free and is used by millions.

http://www.auslogics.com/en/software its the fourth one on the list when you visit web site.



Take seconds to run, and is a superb tool.How do I change my laptop settings?
Right click on a blank part of the screen (not on an icon) Properties / Screen Saver scroll to None / Power at Turn off monitor scroll to NEVER / turn off hard disks scroll to NEVER / System Standby NEVER. Then apply. Your PC will NEVER do anything without you knowing about it or to say behind your back.



PS. If you want anything back like Screen Saver or whatever just adjust it to please yourself.
I have windows vista, to change them on mine. I right click on the desktop and select personalize. then i click screen saver and on the screen that pops up from that it has change power setting on it. you click that and change them there.

How do I change my screen saver?!?!?

I have a black flatscreen Gateway and I cant figure out how to change my screen saver. Like if you sign out of a user and go to the page that has all of the users listed if you leave it alone then the screen saver will come and it wont show when you log on to your own user

and i know the difference between a wallpaper and a screen saver.

if you leave the computer alone for the amount of time it takes for the screensaver to show it wont show and i want the screen saver to be a pic of Jackson Rathbone.How do I change my screen saver?!?!?
1 - Right button on mouse

2 - Go to the bottom one Personalize

3 - Go to Desktop Backround

4 - There you go!

How do i get a screen saver?

In win xo , my screensaver is only able to do a slide show, how is it possible to change it to just stick on one photo%26gt;How do i get a screen saver?
if you only want the one pic for your screensaver, empty your ';my pics'; folder andjust put one in thereHow do i get a screen saver?
You don't want it to just stick on 1 photo. The whole point of a screensaver is to keep things moving, so your screen doesn't freeze up.
a) The idea of a screensaver is that the images are changed, so that the screen doesn't get overburdened by the same image, same colors (it does matter, I have seen icons burned through on the surface of a monitor). And the images change slowly, so that the processor, disc, and video card are not overburdened.



b) I think the slideshow contains the images located in the ';My Pictures'; folder (sorry, I am not on XP right now, so I cannot check, but I am pretty sure) - if you move your pictures to another folder and leave just one picture there, that might work.
if u want 1 pic only...thn y waste memory of ur pc on screen saver....go n past this pic as wallpaper....n enjoy the pic

How can I convert a flv video file into a screensaver (scr file)?

I used many online converters but I always loose quality. Does anybody know of a software I could download that I could adjust the size and change audio and edit the file before I make it a screen saver. I have a software called instant storm that can turn the file into a screen saver but the file has to be a SWF file. Any help would be greatly appreciated.



P.S.

I also tired to use windows video screensaver but had problems installing it.How can I convert a flv video file into a screensaver (scr file)?
Try 4Easysoft Total Video Converter:

http://www.4easysoft.com/total-video-con



Use the function of snapshot,and then save the picture as the screensaver.And try it you can find the quality will not let you down.



The other functions:

1.convert between all mainstream video and audio formats,such as(mp4, mov, m4v, vob, XviD, avi, flv, 3gp, 3g2, mpg,wmv,etc;m4v, mp3, wav, ac3,etc)

2.extract audio tracks from video files to other audio formats

3.support all popular portable multimedia players

4.edit video-Merge, Trim, Crop and Snapshot



Good luck.

Screensaver image on macbook?10 pts!!?

When i go to change screensavers, there are a few folders on in the little browser thing on the left that are like 'forest' 'beach' 'nature patterns' and whatnot. they came with the computer. well one of the images in the forest folder i really like, and would like to set as my desktop. so i was wondering how you get the image to separate from the screensaver slideshow so you could drag it onto your desktop or into your pictures folder. or the pictures on the web or anything??



easy 10 pts!Screensaver image on macbook?10 pts!!?
Sounds like you have made a friend.Screensaver image on macbook?10 pts!!?
I know I'm too late, but this is how you do it:

Macintosh HD %26gt; System %26gt; Library %26gt; Screen Savers %26gt; Find one that you like, say, Cosmos and right click it %26gt; Show Package Contents, click through until you get to pics. Drag the 1 you want into Desktop picture in System Preferences.

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Summary

Your desktop picture is the most high profile item on your computer. Likewise, your screen saver is the most high profile item when you're not. And like the desktop picture, you can change the default screen saver, use your own slideshow creation, or use a third-party screen saver.



Products Affected

Mac OS



Change Your Screen Saver

To swap your current screen saver for another one:





Mac OS X contains several preinstalled screen savers.



From the Apple menu, choose System Preferences to open the System Preferences window.

Click the Desktop %26amp; Screen Saver button to display its preferences.

Click the Screen Saver tab to display just the Screen Saver preferences. All installed screen savers appear in the left pane. The right pane displays a preview of the selected screen saver.

Click one of the Screen Saver items in the left pane to select it for use.

If you'd like, click Test to see what the screen saver will look like in use.

To create a slideshow screen saver, do one of the following:





By selecting Library, your Mac will automatically create a slideshow screen saver made from your iPhoto pictures.



In the Screen Saver preferences window, select Library or one of the two choices below it to turn your iPhoto images into a slideshow screen saver.

In the Screen Saver preferences window, select Pictures Folder to display the images in it, or select Choose Folder, navigate to and select a folder that contains images in the resulting dialog, then click Choose to put it in use.

To add a third-party screen saver:





Once you install a third-party screen saver, either through an installer or manually,

you can select it just like you would with the preinstalled ones.



If the screen saver doesn't have an installer to place the file in the right folder, locate the .saver file in the package.

Drag the file into the Screen Savers folder, which is in the Library folder at the root of your hard disk ~/Library/Screen Savers.

Follow the steps in ';swap your current screen saver for another one,'; above, to select the third-party screen saver.

Customize Your Screen Saver

Now that you've outfitted your Mac with a new screen saver, you can further customize its settings. Here are some of the things you can do in the Screen Saver preferences window.



Click Options to view the selected screen saver's user-configurable display settings and adjust them to your liking. These settings will vary screen saver to screen saver.

Move the ';Start screen saver'; slider left or right to change the time, in minutes, at which the screen saver begins to play.

If you'd like the ability to start the screen saver manually, click Hot Corners. In the resulting dialog, choose Start Screen Saver from any of the four corner pop-up menus and click OK. The screen saver will start when you move your arrow to your chosen screen corner.

If you're the adventurous type, select ';Use random screen saver,'; and your Mac will automatically select a screen saver when it goes into screen saver mode.
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