|The simple contextual menu|
|Screen-saver enabled...||...and disabled|
If you have ever tryed to read some big technical documentation on MSDN,
you will be aware of how irritating the screensaver is. The inverse is
annoying too : waiting for a locking-screensaver or open Display Properties
to select Preview if you want to lock your Workstation is not a simple
solution, if you have a lot of windows open on the desktop.
To this end I developed a simple tray-icon application that starts or disables the screensaver. It provides a direct access to the Display Properties, useful if your desktop is completely filled by applications.
DownloadsDownload source code (SDK Version) - 27 Kb
Download source code (MFC Version) - 30 Kb