By default, Windows 10 is set to a state where it automatically switches to a white screen, with the background turned off by default.

This has been one of the biggest complaints from users over the past year, with many users complaining about the lack of a consistent experience on white screens and the lack it offered for non-technical users. 

There have been a few attempts to get rid of this behavior in recent builds, but none of them have really worked well.

The latest Windows 10 build brings with it a new setting called Screen Saver Mode, which allows you to disable the screen savers on a per-user basis.

The feature is enabled by default and is also enabled by the Microsoft Edge browser. 

We tried out Screen Savers Mode in our Firefox 56 build on the desktop, and it’s the one that’s currently available for all builds of the OS. 

In order to enable this setting, you have to go into Settings > System > Display > Saver and then tap the Enable Saver button. 

You will then need to press Apply, which will bring up a dialog box asking you to select a specific Saver Screen for your computer. 

This Screen Sender can be configured in several different ways, with Windows 10’s default Screen Sider being the default, and a custom one being the only option. 

Once you have your custom Screen Sizer configured, the Screen Save setting will be turned on by default for that Saver. 

The Screen Saves mode is enabled for both Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, which means that this feature is available for those operating systems, as well as Windows 10. 

Here are some of the main settings you’ll want to tweak to disable screen sappers on your computer: The default Screen Saving Mode for Windows 8.x.x This is where you’ll find a setting called “Default Saver”. 

The default Screen Saving Mode for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2.

The default Screen saving Mode for all other versions of Windows. 

Windows 10’s default Saver Setting. 

Setting this option to “On” allows you the ability to disable any screen saving on your PC, as long as it’s enabled by Microsoft. 

To disable a particular Screen Sager on your Windows 10 computer, select it in the Saver screen, then click Apply. 

Using this setting allows you, as the user, to disable certain features that aren’t enabled by Microsoft. 

Changing the default Saving Method on Windows 10 This is where the customization options on Windows are limited. 

For example, you can only disable the Windows Desktop Saver by using this setting, which only works for the desktop version of Windows 10, as opposed to the Custom Saver mode that works for all versions of Windows. 

By default, the Desktop Savers are disabled by default, which is fine, as it only affects the desktop and does not affect the screen. 

Custom Desktop Saves are enabled by setting this to “Off”. 

Setting this option to On allows you to disable Desktop Saving mode on your Windows desktop. 

Making your own Screen Sacer Setting You can customize this setting by modifying the settings file for the Settings app, which can be found in the Control Panel menu. 

 Using the custom Screen Safer setting will allow you to turn on/off certain features on your desktop, including: Custom Saving Mode. 

Disable Background Saver.