What's your current Screen Saver?

United States
June 9, 2008 10:36am CST
I'm not computer literate at all, so when my laptop went screwy over the weekend (everything was HUGE, and the color was all messed up!) I had to explore and experiment with my settings to get it back to semi normal. Anyway, I discovered a screen saver that I didn't know was in there. Its an aquarium and I just love it-this one is just built in I guess, I'm not one for downloading them as that seems to mess things up even more! So my aquarium is just the coolest thing! I enjoy just watching it sometimes! lol
5 responses
@zeroflashx2 (2491)
• Philippines
9 Jun 08
Ahahaha! I have one of the coolest screen saver. The good old windows logo moving around the screen (sigh). I had an aquarium before though as a screen saver. It was very much life like and takes little resources while running. That was the longest I had, second to my windows logo.
• United States
9 Jun 08
Windows logo? Thats boring, you should change it! LOL
• Philippines
10 Jun 08
Ahahaha. It is boring. But I'm kinda tired of choosing screen savers since win95.
• United States
12 Jun 08
my screensaver is blank. i keep my computer on 24/7 and i like it dark in my room when i sleep so i keep my screensaver a black/blank screen.
@cjgrooms (4456)
• United States
9 Jun 08
Our screen saver is my favorite picture of my g-niece and my youngest grandson. They are playing in the dirt and are so FILTHY but they both have big smiles on their little faces and just look plain happy. It makes me smile every time i look at it.
@nicholejade (2430)
• Canada
9 Jun 08
We usually change our screen saver quite often. Usually about once a month. Right now we have the 2008 lineup for Artic Cat Sleds. It is actually really nice to look at as it's pretty much a slideshow of all the sleds for the season in various pictures. Some just sitting there and some doing jumps and tricks on. Not sure what nexts months screen saver show will be. Maybe tricked out trucks.
@bunnyboi (75)
• United States
9 Jun 08
Since I'm mostly using a laptop now I don't usualy run a a screen saver to save battery life. When I was using a desktop computer I had one called flurry which was like the one on the new Macs. Too bad that screen saver isn't for windows though(I use linux instead of windows now).