- Right-click on the desktop and select "Personalize" from the context menu.
- In the Personalization settings, click on the "Lock screen" tab in the left sidebar.
- Scroll down and click on "Screen saver settings" located at the bottom of the page.
- The "Screen Saver Settings" window will open. Here, you can configure various settings for the screensaver.
- In the drop-down menu labeled "Screen saver," select the screensaver you want to use. Windows 10 comes with several pre-installed screensavers, such as "3D Text," "Bubbles," "Mystify," and "Ribbons." You can also download additional screensavers from the Microsoft Store or other third-party sources.
- Customize the screensaver settings according to your preferences. Each screensaver has its own set of options, such as speed, size, and color. Adjust these settings to your liking.
- If you want the screensaver to prompt for a password when it is deactivated, check the box labeled "On resume, display logon screen."
- Once you have configured the screensaver settings, click on the "Apply" button, and then click "OK" to save the changes.
Now your screensaver is configured in Windows 10. The screensaver will activate after the specified period of inactivity on your computer. You can preview the screensaver by clicking the "Preview" button in the "Screen Saver Settings" window.