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Customize/ Modify Windows 7 Default Screensavers

Windows 7 comes with some beautiful screensavers such as Bubbles, Mystify, Ribbons, Lines and Aurora, but to customize these default screensavers, you have need some skill in Windows registry. But with the free tool Idle Time Edit anyone can change, modify and customize them without much effort.

With this portable tool, you can have a lot of options and settings for each default screensaver such as, for instance, number of bubbles or ribbons, type of bubbles or ribbons, size etc.

Moreover, you can see your changes right way, without pressing OK and wait for the screensaver to activate. (Via)

Interested readers can download (182Kb) Idle Time Edit free at this link.


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