The Microsoft Win32 API supports special applications called screen savers.
Screen savers start when the mouse and keyboard have been idle for a
specified period of time. The Desktop application in the Control Panel lets
users select from a list of screen savers, specify how much time should
elapse before the screen saver starts, configure screen savers, and preview
screen savers. Screen savers are loaded automatically when Windows starts or
when a user activates the screen saver through the Control Panel. Once a
screen saver is chosen, Windows monitors keystrokes and mouse movements and
then starts the screen saver after a period of inactivity.
Using the library you can easily develop your own screen savers with Borland
Turbo Assembler. Everything you need is to write some code responsible only
for configuring your screen saver and for providing visual effects. All the
rest will be done by the library.
||Static Library (OMF format)|
||Freeware. Source code and examples are
||Windows 95 / 98 / Me / NT / 2000 / XP|
||December 23, 2013|
||Not required. Just copy some files into appropriate
directories as described in README.TXT|