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Screensaver Lock

Hieu Tran updated January 12, 2012 at 4:03 PM

Questions Addressed

  • How do I enable a screensaver? How do I enable a screensaver?
  • How do I password protect my computer when the screensaver starts? How do I password protect my computer when the screensaver starts?


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B. Bring up "Desktop & Screen Saver."
C. Click the Screen Saver tab on top.
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D. Then slide the "Start screen saver" setting away from "Never" , to your preferred delay time:
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To Enable Screen Lock :

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Questions Addressed

  • How do I enable a screensaver? How do I enable a screensaver?
  • How do I password protect my computer when the screensaver starts? How do I password protect my computer when the screensaver starts?

To Enable a Screen Saver :
A. Open System Preferences.
A. Open System Preferences.



B. Bring up "Desktop & Screen Saver."


C. Click the Screen Saver tab on top.



D. Then slide the "Start screen saver" setting away from "Never" , to your preferred delay time:

To Enable Screen Lock :


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B. Check the first box, next to where it says "Require password to wake this computer from sleep or screen saver."


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If you need further assistance, please contact IGPP Net Ops.