Change Screen Timeout in Windows 7
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Hello, you're watching VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to change the time to automatically turn off your screen or computer.
- 6Being idle means that the mouse is stationary and the keyboard is not being used. To change this setting, click on the drop down menu. I am going to choose Never for both, "Turn off the display" and "Put the computer to sleep" options.Here, you can adjust the time to turn off the display and to put the computer to sleep if you are idle.
- 8You can now close the Control panel and go on to use your computer. This concludes our tutorial on how to change the time to automatically turn off your screen or computer. Thank you for watching VisiHow, if you have any questions or comments, please leave them in the comment section below.Now no matter how much time you spend off your computer, your computer won't turn off.Advertisement
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I WANT TO EXTEND LENGTH OF TIME SCREEN ON WINDOWS 7?
SCREEN CLOSES DOWN TOO FAST. I WANT TO ADJUST IT TO NEVER
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