Screen Saver Panel
The Screen Saver panel allows you configure Multi-monitor Screen Saver:
On resume, display Welcome screen check box - mark it if you want to protect your desktop from an unauthorized access when the screen saver shuts down: if this option is enabled the system will display the Welcome screen instead of your desktop after deactivating the screen saver;
This feature can be useful if you have two or more monitors of the same physical size and the same screen resolution, arranged side by side, and want to get the consistent screen saver view (as if you would have one large display).Note
If you have a single monitor - selecting this option is similar to selecting Individual screen saver on each monitor.
Individual screen saver on each monitor radio button - select this option if you have more than one monitor and want to customize the screen saver on each monitor independently (as if it would be a separate desktop). In the related combo box you can see the name of currently selected display device and select another display from the list;
Slideshow on each monitor radio button - select this option if you have more than one monitor and want to run separate slideshow on each monitor independently. In the related group you can customize the slideshow properties for a certain monitor:
Slideshow playlist list box - use the buttons on the right of this control to add image files and folders with image files as slideshow sources or drag-n-drop the image files/folders onto this list box directly from Windows Explorer;
Search in subfolders check box - mark this option to traverse also the subfolders of the folders added to the list while composing the actual list of pictures; otherwise, search for pictures in the added folders only;
center - center the picture within the monitor (better suits for smaller pictures) tile - tile the monitor with the picture starting from its top-left corner (better suits for smaller pictures) stretch - make the picture of the same size as monitor (suits both smaller and larger pictures) proportional stretch - same as "stretch" but keep the picture's original aspect ratio crop to fit - same as "proportional stretch" but use the smaller picture's dimension (results in filling the entire area with the central part of picture and cropping the rest)
This feature can be useful if you selected "center" or "proportional stretch" for slide position.
The mode settings group allows customizing the screen saver for the selected mode:
Screen saver combo box - here you can select any screen saver installed in your system;
Settings... button - click this button if the selected screen saver exposes any additional options, and you want to customize them.