Is there a way to make screen saver go black after 1 hour?

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Is there a way to make screen saver go black after 1 hour?

Postby rthomas » Thu Feb 27, 2014 9:26 pm

I had a co-worker ask me if it is possible or a work-a-round to force a users screen-saver to go black after the screen saver has been running for an hour?
Verses letting the screensaver run on your cpu ALL Night Long? Is there such an option or a Timer that will shut the screensaver off?

I did think that the users power save could be activated to sleep mode through windows settings... but it was preferred that saver goes to black after 1 hour on its own.

Is there a setting in Screensaver Factory to do this? Make it go to black or blank after 1hour instead of non-stop running all night long?

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Re: Is there a way to make screen saver go black after 1 hou

Postby Aivars » Fri Feb 28, 2014 1:09 pm

There's no setting, but as you mentioned you can use Windows Power settings to do that.
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