With the advent of such convenient blocking extensions, we have already forgotten what the whole webpage looks like. As already mentioned, to fix this problem, one does not have to spend a huge amount of time.
Having a computer go to sleep automatically can be annoying, especially if you can’t get permission to access the power options on the computer. Now you know how to stop Windows 10 from sleeping, either through the official settings or via a portable third-party app. But let’s assume for a minute that you can’t access these power options. Perhaps you’re currently using an account where the settings are locked out, such as a work computer. If this sounds like you, don’t fret; there are solutions you can use via third-party apps.
I can't change the sleep mode on here due to this being a work computer. When it goes into power saver mode I can't get out of it. I have the same problem about my monitor going into sleep mode. I checked the timer for the screen saver it says 10 minutes but my monitor goes into sleep mode every 30 seconds or so.
You can also update individual drivers by checking their corresponding boxes on the left and pressing their update buttons from the right. First, you need to download and install DriverFix. After installing, the software will start running automatically and identifying any driver problems on your system. Under Display, select Multiple Display, and advance to “Detect” to help your Windows 10 detect other monitors or displays connected. After restarting, head over to Device Manager again and select Scan for hardware changes to reinstall the driver. This works best if you were previously using the dual monitors comfortably until you started to experience the problem after updating your driver. I duel boot my laptop with windows/linux and it works fine when linux is used.