License: Freeware
Downloads: 1
Op. System: Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT
Last updated: 2009-03-09
File size: 88 KB

Publisher description for SaverNow

SaverNow program icon

SaverNow is a screen saver utility that lets you easily control your screen savers with a simple click of the mouse! SaverNow's features include: Running as an icon in the system tray, it is designed to be simple to use through a popup menu interface for quick screen saver control. It is extremely convenient for instantly firing up a password-protected screen saver, so that your computer remains protected from prying eyes every time you leave your seat. SaverNow runs on all Windows platforms (95/98/ME/2K/XP), and is reported to handle some (older?) screen savers that some versions of Windows itself doesn't let you use! Instant Access to all standard screen saver settings (enable/disable, password, timeout, etc.). You can manage and organize your installed screen savers with greater ease by installing them in separate Folders. Unlike Windows itself, SaverNow lets you choose screen savers from any folder you want, in addition to the Default Windows system folders. You can select a screen saver manually, or have a random screen saver activated every time you leave your computer. Simply click the SaverNow icon on the system tray (near the clock on the task bar) to activate the current screen saver, double-click it to enable/disable the saver, or click the right mouse button on the icon for an Options Menu. (Note: these are the default click actions, and can be changed through the Settings menu.) You can have this random selection done immediately, every time the SaverNow icon is double-clicked, every time SaverNow is loaded, or you can even have a random saver activated by Windows each time you leave your computer. Enable these features in the Settings menu. You can change the screen saver settings for the Windows Logon Screen, known in Windows XP as the 'Welcome screen'. This screen is shown on some Windows versions when Windows first starts up, or when a screen saver is activated with password protection enabled.

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