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Actually, Windows screensavers did have this feature (at least those included as part of the Plus! pack, which old-timers should remember): Indeed, a really useful bug made the hot corners specified for Plus! screensavers a global setting that applied to non-Plus! screensavers as well! The easiest way to get similar functionality in Windows now might be ...


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You'll probably have to find a special application on the web to do what you want. Windows itself does not have such a feature.


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It depends on which corner you swipe from or put the mouse into. It's to make them easier to reach. No way that I can see to disable.



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