Does disabling Screensaver save memory?

  buel 23:16 01 May 09
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Hi, my friend has disabled his screensaver and wallpaper on his Vista desktop to 'save memory', is this correct please?
Ps- i know that disabling the sidebar saves memory but iv never heard of this.

  DieSse 23:47 01 May 09

Disabling the screensaver makes no difference (or no difference that's discernible.

Disabling wallpaper can make a minor difference - but if there's plenty of RAM in a system, it's not worth doing. On a system very low on RAM it might help a little.

  Graham. 23:48 01 May 09

Nope. If he has Windows Defender, he can disable programs from starting. This doesn't 'save memory', just speeds things up.

  woodchip 23:52 01 May 09

No but it saves money if you turn the screen off when you are not there

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