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A good friend, Ellarby shared this screensaver with me this morning and I love it. The screensaver is simple and simply blurs your screen. You can change the blur intensity and turn on grayscale. Grab yourself a copy here.

I’ve tested this in Vista and Windows Server 2008. I haven’t tested this in Windows XP yet, can anyone confirm this works? Works with Windows XP (SP3) Thanks JazzMastaJim

Download Focus Screensaver

Download Focus Screensaver

Download Focus Screensaver



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  • JazzMastaJim

    The Focus Screensaver works just fine on my Dell Inspiron 6000 running Windows XP SP3. If you set it to use grayscale mode, the effect when coming out of the screensaver is more dramatic.

  • The Focus Screensaver works just fine on my Dell Inspiron 6000 running Windows XP SP3. If you set it to use grayscale mode, the effect when coming out of the screensaver is more dramatic.

  • The Focus Screensaver works just fine on my Dell Inspiron 6000 running Windows XP SP3. If you set it to use grayscale mode, the effect when coming out of the screensaver is more dramatic.

  • Rich

    Thanks for following up. I’ll update the guide.

  • Thanks for following up. I’ll update the guide.

  • Thanks for following up. I’ll update the guide.

  • lewis

    This comes up with an error when i try.
    “access to the path C:Windows|system32Focus.scr is denied”
    Any ideas
    Running Vista Home Premium, SP1

  • lewis

    This comes up with an error when i try.
    “access to the path C:Windows|system32Focus.scr is denied”
    Any ideas
    Running Vista Home Premium, SP1

  • lewis

    This comes up with an error when i try.
    “access to the path C:\Windows|system32\Focus.scr is denied”
    Any ideas
    Running Vista Home Premium, SP1

  • where can i get this?


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