Start your screen saver whenever you want, without waiting for the timeout period.
- Honours your security settings: When the screen saver is dismissed, your computer will be locked if you have enabled the option On resume password protect in Display Properties.
This does not happen if you start a screen saver using the Preview or Test commands in Windows. Even some paid-for (i.e. not free) screen saver starters do not lock your computer.
- Consumes no background memory or CPU resources.
- Dismiss the screen saver by typing a key or moving your mouse, as normal.
Requires Windows 2000 or later.