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 Posted: Mon Nov 12th, 2007 05:10 am
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The NMRA has some downloadable screensavers, all American obviously, but good none the less.

http://www.nmra.org/saver.html

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 Posted: Wed Jan 9th, 2008 08:30 am
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I hate screen savers, you are there deeply engrossed in some thing that has your undivided attention & out of the corner of your eye it kicks in Grr :x
With LCD's they are not required.

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Talking of LCD's what's the best method for cleaning them?



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The worst things for a LCD screen is finger marks & fruit juice, difficult to remove, a non-alcohol based spray or foam cleaner & dry off with a lint free cloth is the best.

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Thanks for the info Tony. Barring future accidents :roll: it's only dust I have to deal with.



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I use window lean myself :D .
Regarding screen savers, never use them as i was informed they take up alot of space and can slow the comp down.
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phill wrote:I use window lean myself :D .
Regarding screen savers, never use them as i was informed they take up alot of space and can slow the comp down.
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hope yours is a glass screen Phill. :roll: :roll: :lol: :lol: 8)

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Yep :D :D :D
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