> > "wolverinegod" <wolverine...@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> > news:333ec73e-8937-4b48-8671-58cb8ed3a9ff@xxxxxx
> > > I, as I assume many others, am extremely frustrated with my computer
> > > locking after a very short period of sitting idle. I have looked
> > > everywhere for a place to adjust the amount of time i have before
> > > windows locks. Does anyone know how to do this? I'm running Ultimate.
> On Feb 20, 5:15 am, "Don Varnau" <don_04[at]varnau[dot]org> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Change your Screensaver settings.
> > Right-click the desktop> Personalize> Screensaver. Change the time
> > the screensaver comes on and/or uncheck "On resume, display logon
"wolverinegod" <wolverinegod@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> My screen saver runs fine, the problem is the computer will lock
> eventually - i don't want to disable it, just adjust how long until it
Assuming that you *do* want the computer to lock automatically...
Go to Control Panel> Power Options and experiment with sleep settings. You
can set sleep to occur sometime after the screensaver comes on and require a
password on wakeup.
Then, go to screensaver settings and uncheck "On resume, display logon
I don't know of another method, unless there's a third-party program
[MS MVP- IE]