Screensavers Free Screen Saver for your Computer Desktop
during the 1990 and 2000's many of the world's offices and homes hade a CTR monitor for their computer display, they look something like this:
Todays monitors are more advanced. Most monitors today are LCD or LED monitors and do not require a screen saver. however, is always fun to have a screen saver to lock your computer.
One of the most famous screen savers in the 2000's was the aquarium. Everyone wanted to have their computer look like there was live fish.
So this was our message in 2007: Find your favorite screensaver to put in your computer to save your monitor from getting damage. Select from tons of screensavers like: Tropical Screensavers, Waterfalls, Dogs and more. If you are looking for a sexy screensaver of Heidi Klum or Jessica Simpson this is it, you've found it. There are also other screensavers like: Sponge Bob, Bikini, Winter, The matrix and holidays. Early CRT monitors, particularly monochrome ones, had problems with the same image being displayed for a long time. The phosphors, used to make the pixels in the display, would glow at a constant rate for such a long period of time that they would actually discolor the glass surface of the CRT. This discoloration would then be visible as a faint image overlaying whatever else was displayed on the monitor. Advances in display technology and the advent of energy-saver monitors have virtually eliminated the need for screensavers