Show us your Screensaver

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  1. StevieO

    StevieO Registered Member

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    Here's mine resized as it fills the screen.

    http://img95.imageshack.us/img95/5501/scr11wk.png

    It's the one that came with with Win95 i think and after. Blank Screen.scr is only 9.5kb and is the ONLY scr to actually do what it's supposed to, ie save your screen from burn etc. Every other one on the planet does not to a greater or lesser degree. Most peoples i've ever seen do just the opposite lol.

    But you might have a nice or unusual one to share with us though ! Obviously you can't show us the full moving images etc, but a screenshot or 3 might be good.


    StevieO
     
  2. Eldar

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    I only see a black picture. :doubt:

    As for screensaver I'm using Corel PhotoAlbum, so it displays
    pictures at random from within my photo directory. :cool:
     
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    The Matrix...
     

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  4. Brian N

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    I use an old Matrix screensaver.
     

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    I'm using the same :ninja:
     
  6. big ed

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    Yeah...mee too! I got mine from the "Beanbag" guy!!
     
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    reallyslick one

    cyclone
     

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    Black screen here.
     
  9. ErikAlbert

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    I use screensaver [none], not really an exciting one. :)
     
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    I use a program called LockPc that locks my computer with a password when I choose. In it I can choose to have a transparent screensaver that only reduces the brightness of the screen. Its great if you are running downloads and want to check on the progress.
     
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    LOL. That's a scaring one.
    It reminds me of my newbie time, when I installed everything. I had plenty of them in these days. :D
     
  14. Capp

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    It does tend to freak people out. It has made me jump a time or two when I see it on someone elses computer. :D
     
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    Nice , have you any links?
     
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    I have none selected to run automatically, but have a shortcut to start my Ansel Adams Screensaver - 38 photographs that change every 10 seconds.
     

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    Electric Sheep
    http://www.electricsheep.org/

    It's open source and it downloads new "sheep" that people create and contribute. You can then vote for the ones you like and dislike, to increase the chances that that one, and ones like it, will stick around and be shown more. Updates are very frequent (and can be large, not really suitable for dialup connections). Very very cool. There are always current screenshots on the front page of the website, and an archive at http://sheepserver.net/v2d6/cgi/best.cgi

    Below are a couple of the ones I really like
     

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