In the early days of P.C., it was believed that if the display on the screen is left unchanged for long periods, the image will burn into the monitor and damage it. So a "screen saver" is designed to display an ever-changing picture on the monitor. This screen saver will kick in when the computer is idle for more than a pre-set number of minutes.
Yes. Several screen savers are included in Microsoft Windows. It is easy to change the picture, or simply disable the screen saver. One can also put up a screen saver obtained from other sources.
The National Palace Museum, Taipei has a nice screen saver depicting
scenes from a famous painting.
To download it, click here. The filename is back_02.exe and its size is 4.66mb After the file is downloaded, execute it, and it will be installed on your computer system.
After installation, back_02 becomes one the several screen savers.
Follow these steps to switch from the screen saver currently in use to back_02. At any time, you may switch back to another screen saver - or to turn off screen saver - by the same procedure.
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