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Where can i get good ScreenSavers?

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Just wondering where i can get some good screen savers and maybe some taht are HD quality?
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You can try this link...
http://www.reallyslick.com/

Haven't used it myself, but looks interesting.
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Electric Sheep is a good one

It consists of a whole bunch of clips. If you like one hit the up arrow - if not the down arrow. The actual contents of the clips evolves based on the input of users everywhere

Be careful searching google for screensavers. Searches for screen savers and wallpaper are some of the most virus ridden
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Are screensavers need anymore? They were useful if you had a CRT, wanted to avoid burn in, and didn't want to wait for warmup. Howeer, LCD burn in doesn't happen easily and why not just let the display go to stand-by?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by DuckieHo View Post
Are screensavers need anymore? They were useful if you had a CRT, wanted to avoid burn in, and didn't want to wait for warmup. Howeer, LCD burn in doesn't happen easily and why not just let the display go to stand-by?
x2 I just have stand-by set to 5-10 minutes. Saves power as well.
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Vista! Use the slide show. Its the bestest.
 
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