What is a screen saver?
Screen savers were originally designed to stop image burn on computer screens. However, most modern computers can now turn the monitor off after a period of non-use and that's to be encouraged if the computer is going to be left on for any long period. Now screen savers tend to be used to hide the screen while you're away from your desk, or to display some interesting image or message while the computer is not being used.Requirements for the screen saver on this page:
should work with any PC (sorry Mac users, maybe
later we'll get some for you). It does not use
DirectX and so requires no special screen drivers. The faster your PC,
the smoother the results, but it's been designed to work well with
older computers as well as faster, newer ones.
screen saver by right-clicking on the link below.This
will allow you to save the
file wherever you wish. File size is approximately 8.79 MB.
Then to install the screen saver, open your file manager and find where you saved the above file. Double-clicking the file name will open this file with a .zip file utility. Inside the .zip file you will find an .exe program. Just double click it to install and follow the directions on the screen. This screen saver was not created with any malicious adware or spyware (or even friendly ware *wink*). There is also an "uninstall" program imbedded into the screen saver.
select a screen saver, or to change how
long it takes to appear, you need to change settings within
find these settings right-click on your desktop and then select
"properties" followed by "screen saver." Alternatively, go to your
control panel, double-click the "display" option, then select "screen
saver." Consult your Windows help for further information.
If you have
problems or questions, please
write the creator of the screensaver, Kythera Ann.
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