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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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I figured out how to do it. Download a free program called ClassicShell, which I did have this already. If you install everything it will also install an application called Settings for Classic Start Menu. Open this up and then at the bottom select All Settings, which you will then have more tabs. Click on the Windows 8 Settings tab. Select All for Disable ...


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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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