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How do I get my mac to ask me for a password evrytime the OS starts?

Also my screen saver never comes on, my screen gets darker after a peroid of not using my mac but thats it. Where can I find a setting that says screen saver appear after 5 mins?

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Go to system preferences - security - then under where it says For all accounts on this computer tick disable automatic log in.
To get to your screen saver settings go to system preferences - desktop and screen saver - then select the screen saver tab you can adjust the settings there.
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Thats spot on mate thank you.

First Mac only had it one week its like learning all over again having used PC's for years.

Not complaining though.

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No problem, hope you enjoy your Mac

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