Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of screensaver.

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Examples

  • Don't install games, random screensavers from the internet, or anything that you don't need.

    Computer woes

  • To see the new feature in action, simply type something like "screensavers" into the Yahoo search box.

    Yahoo SearchScan Makes Search Safer

  • To see the new feature in action, simply type something like "screensavers" into the Yahoo search box.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Consumers can redeem loyalty points as free drinks at a vending machine, or on digital content such as screensavers and wallpapers at the Coca Cola mobile site.

    Coca Cola embraces mobile marketing in Japan

  • Consumers can redeem loyalty points as free drinks at a vending machine, or on digital content such as screensavers and wallpapers at the Coca Cola mobile site.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • Many plasmas also have burn-in-reduction features such as screensavers and pixel orbiting, or functions to treat burn-in once it occurs, such as causing the screen to go all white.

    Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions

  • When asked about the goals of this new iteration of "Generator. x" Watz is quick to identify a desire to dispel the myth that generative art is simply the production of "screensavers".

    Serial Consign

  • When asked about the goals of this new iteration of "Generator. x" Watz is quick to identify a desire to dispel the myth that generative art is simply the production of "screensavers".

    Serial Consign

  • Despite boasting what appears to be a much faster CPU than other SE handsets (animations such as screensavers seem to run with more pace), the phone is lumbered with a poor camera, a low-res display, a pitiful amount of built-in memory and a relatively archaic edition of SE's Walkman player.

    Pocket Gamer | www.pocketgamer.co.uk | Latest additions

  • Normally the most dangerous keyword to search for is "screensavers".

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

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