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screen saver

Posted by salbwil (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 20, 13 at 11:53

How do I have two separate pictures as my desk top / screen saver ?

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RE: screen saver

I am interested in that also, googled your question and came up with this. The first is for W 7, Vista instructions are next.

Here is a link that might be useful: Two photos

This post was edited by EmmaR on Wed, Feb 20, 13 at 12:31

RE: screen saver

if you mean to play them as a slide show then you put them in one folder on your pc then in the screen saver settings you direct it to that folder, you can put numerous pictures in the folder it will play one after the other.

RE: screen saver

Thank you !

RE: screen saver

Sorry thought you wanted 2 photos on your screen saver at one time.

RE: screen saver

With Windows 7 you can have changing photos as wallpaper. Right click the desktop and click Personalise to see the offerings. You can also create your own choice of personal photos and there are numerous timings available.

RE: screen saver

The on-board W7 Help file would be a nice place to look. Configuring the Desktop, the Screensaver, and the slide show are right there.


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