Agreed, it's been a good 4 years since I ran a screen saver. I just have my monitor go to sleep after 15 minutes. As far as my classic macs, I just turn the brightness down to nothing when I walk away. Or set to go to sleep after 5 minutes on the ones that have the feature. Usually screen savers on a Mac with 4 M of RAM is just a resource hog. My SE became useless after I installed Pyro! on it running with the 2 other extensions that loaded at startup. I didn't even have enough left of my 4MBs to open Disk Copy.
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