Added: 20 October, 2007
Group: Windows
Create A Personal Win XP Screen Saver
Author: Naomi
page: 1

Create Personal XP Screen Saver

Learn how to make your own personal screen saver in win XP. Follow the instructions to create a slide show presentation using your favorite digital photos or images to make a nice screen saver. Find tips how to make all necessary adjustments.




Tired of starring at your old, boring screen saver? Free your creativity and make your own, fully customized screen saver. For example, Windows XP gives you an option to use all kinds of images and photos to make a slide show presentation and implement it as a screen saver. Follow the tutorial and find out more about it.

Right click on the desktop, go to "Properties" and click "Screen Saver" tab within the "Display Properties" window. Inside the drop down menu choose the "My Pictures Slideshow" option.
Click on "Settings" button and make the specific adjustments, such as picture size, transition effects and etc and then click "Browse" to find the folder where the particular images or photos are stored. After the selection click "OK" button and another "OK" inside the "My Pictures Screen Saver Options" window. If you want to have a look into the preview click "Preview" and see what happens.

The last thing is to set up the time when screen saver should appear and click "Apply" button, then "OK". If no operation is going on, the screensaver should start showing after the specific time.





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