Microsoft added a library of screen savers to older versions of the Windows operating system. To avoid screen burn-in on CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) displays, Screen Savers were introduced in early versions of the Windows operating system.
Despite the fact that we no longer use CRT monitors, screen savers have become obsolete. However, even in the most recent version of Windows, Windows 11, Microsoft included the Screensavers options.
Many people still like to use screensavers on their LCD or LED monitors. So, if you’re using Windows 11 and want to install a screensaver on your computer, you’ve come to the perfect place.
How to Use Windows 11’s Screen Saver
In this article, we’ll show you how to use old screensavers on Windows 11 in a step-by-step manner. The procedure will be straightforward. Simply follow the easy instructions outlined here.
- Click on the Windows 11 Start menu and select ‘Settings‘.
- On the Settings page, click on the ‘Personalization‘ option.
- Next, click on the ‘Lock Screen’ tab.
- Next, on the Lock Screen page, click on the ‘Screen Saver’ option.
- Now you will see a Window displaying the Screensaver options.
- Click on the drop-down menu behind Screen saver to select the screen saver of your choice.
- Select 3D text on the Screensaver and click the ‘Settings‘ button next to it if you wish to utilize the classic 3D text option.
- Add the custom text, select resolution, size, rotation speed, surface style, and more on the next screen
- Once done, click on the ‘Ok‘ button.
That concludes our discussion. You’ve completed your task. This is how you can use Windows 11 to activate screensavers.