3 Myths And Facts About Screensavers

3 myths and facts about screensavers

Hello Dear Friends,

Nowadays screensavers are not so popular like it was 10 years ago. Some people even does not know about their existence or just are sure in their useless, while other people adore screensavers and spend lots of time in searching for a good and free screensaver in the Internet.

Newfreescreensavers.com would like to reveal 3 main myths and facts about free screensavers

1)      Burn in effect

Today screensavers are used more for fun and to personalize your computer or monitor when it is idle. If you use CRT and plasma monitors, then the screensaver is required to prevent damage of such monitors by blanking the screen or filling it with moving pictures when the computer is idle.

2)      Viruses

The screensavers themselves do not contain viruses, but exe files may contain viruses. So we recommend to use only approved and reliable sources with good reputation and a good anti-virus program

3)      It is impossible to delete a screensaver – definitely a myth

The screensaver is just a computer application which can be deleted at a will easily. To learn How to delete a screensaver, visit our Help page.

Only screensavers that come with Windows can’t be removed.

So, today screen savers are more about personalization than computer monitor protection.

Select and download your screensavers from our big collection of free safe screensavers on www.newfreescreensavers.com.

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One Response to “3 Myths And Facts About Screensavers”

  1. Linda R. Says:

    I love your screensavers and have been using them for over three years. Would like to see more choices for the holidays.

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