is cool freeware which lets you start your computer screen saver according to your mouse cursor positions. So, you can simply instruct your computer to start the current screensaver by placing the mouse cursor to any corner of your screen which you have configured.
When you start Saver Starter a yellow coloured
square will appear in your system tray
When it turns red,
it means that the Saver Starter has disabled the current screen saver and stopped it from running.
If it turns green
then it means that it is about to activate the current screen saver.
You can configure the hot spot you want to use to instruct saver starter to activate the current screen saver.
Right click on the system tray icon and click Modify Hot Spots…
- If a corner box has a cross sign then it means it would stop the currently running screen saver if you place your mouse cursor to that corner.
- If a corner box has a right sign then it means it would stop the currently running screen saver if you place your mouse cursor to that corner
- If a corner box is blank then it means that corner is not a active hotspot so nothing will happen if you place your mouse to that position.