You can save most pictures on the Internet, as Wallpaper. The Trick is keeping it.
For PC users. Using IE (Microsoft, Internet Explorer) or Netscape
browser. All you have to do is, Right click your mouse. You will see a
window, open up. For IE and Netscape, Look for:
How to save your wallpaper on your hardrive...
A picture has to be a BMP format to become Wallpaper. IE gives you the option of saving the picture as a .jpg or .bmp. Netscape does not. Therefore, if you wish to keep the picture. You have to click Start, then Programs, and Windows Explorer. Then go to your Windows Folder in "C" Drive. Double click it open. Look for Netscape Wallpaper, or Internet Explorer Wallpaper.
Right click the file. Then click rename. You will see a small
box appear, the text will be in blue. Click within it, and name it anything
you want. Matthew for example. You have now saved the picture on
First, click the underlined link for the Screensaver.
For IE users, a box will appear, asking you if you want to open Program,
or Save this program to Disk.
For Netscape and IE, the next steps are the same. A Save as window will open. You need to save the screensaver in a folder on your Hard, or 'C' Drive. I use a Download Folder. Most PC's have a download folder on their 'C' drives. Once you open the file you wish to download the screensaver, then click the Save Button on the lower right hand side of the window.
The file will now be downloaded onto your hardrive. Be sure
to remember where your file is located! Once it has completed downloading.
To open it you have to Click Start. Then Programs. Look for
your Windows Explorer file. Open that, and click your download
folder, or the folder you downloaded the program into. Look for the name
of the program you downloaded. Example:
Click Start, then Settings. Click Control Panel. You will find a small monitor, marked Display. Double click this. You will see tabs at the top. The first is the wallpaper, the second is screensavers. Click this tab. Click in the box under Screen Savers, and scroll down until you find the program that was just installed. I have named the Screensavers the same as the file name. Click that name, and then click Apply! You have now installed a screensaver. You also have options to mute sound, or how the pictures are displayed, if you click the Settings box found in your Screensavers window. Just remember to click Apply with each change. When you are finished, just click OK and you will be done.
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