Detailed Description of 12Ghosts Screen Saver 9.51
It helps you to manage screen saver settings directly or create shortcuts or batch files for automation. For example, you can enable a screen saver in the evening to save energy, but disable it in the morning.
You may change the screen saver, stop it via scheduler, start with password protection immediately, set the time-out even to seconds, enable/disable the screen saver temporarily, and set/reset password protection. There are options to enter standby mode, or change the wallpaper.
Some windows versions and some computers do not support power management. However, many monitors support the Nutek power management standard. This feature turns off monitor power, even in NT, when a totally blank screen is detected. You don't want to have the monitor turned off several times during the day, though, because switching power on and off constantly reduces monitor life as a result of thermal cycling. Furthermore, many users want to use their special screen saver during the day.
12-ScreenMan is able to change the daytime screen saver to a blank screen saver in the evening. This enables the use of the Nutek feature and provides power management for all computers!
There is a slight trick to switch screen savers on Windows NT/2000/XP when another is already running. You first need to stop the running screen saver to select a new one. 12-ScrSavMan handles this, too.
12Ghosts Screen Saver is designed for:
12Ghosts Screen Saver has the following requirements :
Windows XP, Pentium 4, 256 MB RAM