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how similar are the bacround display and screensaver settings? is that another thing the macs are ahead on?
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Check out the Screen Saver settings in System Preferences and "test" them, and you'll see for yourself
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how similar are the bacround display and screensaver settings? is that another thing the macs are ahead on?
My opinion is that the backround display and screensaver settings on a mac are much better tha PC/windows but Im sure some would not agree.

They are very easy to use with a lot of options.


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Mac Screensaver and Background settings are way ahead of Windows.

I Love the iTunes Artwork screensaver. Check it aout and see whether you like it.
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Also, screensavers are really easy to install. Simply double click the file you download, and it will ask you which users to install it for and your password, and you're done.

You can chose to position the desktop picture in a few ways, and chose to to let it switch every five seconds, minute, day etc. Its just like having a photo slideshow on your desktop, without even launching the screensaver.
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