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How do I increase the time before the screen saver invokes in WIndows 7
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Hi,

Right click on the desktop. Click personalize.Then click Screen Saver. On the Screen Saver Settings window you will see the time (number of minutes) beside the word Wait. You can change this to whatever you want.

Hope this helps.

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