New Screen Savers.

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by PatB, Jan 6, 2003.

  1. PatB

    PatB Stunt Coordinator

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    I've been using the default Win 98 screensavers but I'm bored bored bored. Anyone using something interesting on their PC's that they wouldn't mind sharing?
     
  2. LewB

    LewB Screenwriter

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    Check out Webshots. Tons of pictures to load, and you can set your favorites to be your desktop as well as screen saver.
     
  3. Gerald LaFrance

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    SORRY WRONG LINK!!
     
  4. Andrew Chong

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    Here's an oldie but a goodie. My favourite is the Organic Art screensaver. A Microsoft Edition is freely available. This edition was produced to celebrate the anniversary of Windows 95 and includes many different modules, some incorporating familiar Windows icons.
    Based upon the mathematical and artistic concepts of noted computer artist William Latham, geometric forms dance and mutate, coalesce and evolve.
     
  5. Chris Moe

    Chris Moe Screenwriter

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    MikeAlletto Cinematographer

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    I'm surprised people still use screensavers. I just have my monitor sleep instead, saves on my power bill and the heat in my 2nd bedroom in my apartment.
     
  7. Chris Luebbe

    Chris Luebbe Auditioning

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    Amen
     
  8. Ted Lee

    Ted Lee Lead Actor

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    screensavers are strictly a "fun" factor thing now...

    i still find the good ol' starfield simulation my favorite. :b
     
  9. Andrew Pratt

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    I agree I havne't used a screen saver for years...simply have the monitor turn off after a few minutes.
     
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    Doesn't powering off and on a monitor put a lot of wear on it?
     

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