Rediscovered — my all-time favorite screensaver

5 thoughts on “Rediscovered — my all-time favorite screensaver”

  1. Wow, I loved playing with screensavers on my old systems! I stopped using them primarily because I ran across so many “broken” ones (that screwed up my system in one way or another) that it made using them when there was no need a bit too risky. However, I went ahead and downloaded the one you linked to because I just couldn’t resist the description.

    BTW, thanks for the plug! 😀

    1. I hope this one works for you and doesn’t screw up your system. Seems to be working okay for me so far, and this laptop is really decrepit and underpowered.

      (You’ll get the bill for that plug next week 😉 )

  2. I may give it a try. Seems like a wonderful way to suck up processor power. Of course, since I have to lock my machine every time I get up, it probably won’t ever get a chance to run.

    If you don’t lock your computer around here, bad people come and send emails to the rest of the company in your name, inviting them over to your house and saying that you’ll supply the booze.

    1. I think there’s a way to password-protect the screensaver, so once it comes up, it can’t be turned off without entering the password, thus protecting your computer. Which is why it was convenient to be able to start the screensaver with a single keystroke. But maybe I’m “mis-remembering” all this.

      And shame on your co-workers. People should keep their hands off other people’s computers.

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