How to make an extra decoration for Halloween?

Halloween screensaverHalloween is round the corner and we think you have already decorated your house for Halloween.

Nevertheless today Newfreescreensavers.com Team would like to give you a tip on How to make an extra decoration for Halloween from your computer.

Most probably you have lots of nice trick-o-treat pictures form the past Halloween holidays, which are stored on your PC. We offer to use them and create your own Halloween screensaver that will remind you about the previous holiday and will get you in the right spirit.

How to create a screensaver from your photos:

First of all, it is necessary to create a special folder with the pictures/photos which you want to see in your screensaver.

For XP:
– Click Start, then click Settings and go to Control Panel.
– When the Control Panel window opens, double-click on the Display icon. This brings up the Display Properties window.
– Select the Screensaver tab, and select the screensaver you want to use from the drop-down menu. In your case it is called My Picture Slideshow.

For Vista:
– Click Start and go to Control Panel.
– When the Control Panel window opens, double-click on the Personalization icon. This brings up the Personalization Properties window.
– Select the Screensaver tab, and select the screensaver you want to use from the drop-down menu. It is called Photos.

Next steps both for XP and Vista:
– To change the settings, click Settings.
– Once you have finished changing the settings, click OK.

 

Your computer can be  an extra decoration for a Halloween Party.

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