Screen savers used to protect old CRT monitors from image burns when you left them on for too long, but that doesn't happen to modern LCD flat screens. Now screen savers protect your privacy, like if you go to the restroom, the screen saver hides the desktop and locks your computer so other people can't use it while you're not there.
Open the display properties.
Select the screen saver.
This completes the screen saver.
Change the screen saver to 3D pipes.
These are 3D pipes.
Press any key on the keyboard to end the preview.
The display properties have a lot of screen savers.
Different screen savers have different settings.
It opens the 3D pipes settings.
It closes the settings and returns to the display properties.
Press any key to end the preview.
This completes the settings.
If you're at home and you have roommates or kids, or if you're at work, then you might want the screen saver to only wait for ten or fifteen minutes. If you're alone and no one else uses your computer, then you might want the screen saver to wait for an hour or so.
If you don't do anything on your computer for an hour, the screen saver hides the desktop by building 3D pipes. Press any key to stop the screen saver.
Password protect the screen saver, even if you don't have a password.
If you don't do anything for an hour, the screen saver locks your computer and builds 3D pipes. Press any key to stop the screen saver. Unlock your computer by entering your password, unless you don't have a password, then you don't have to enter anything.
This completes password protect.