Randomizer is a small utility for people who have multiple favorite screensavers, and don't want to have to keep switching between them. It acts like a screensaver itself, and is listed as "Randomizer" in the Screen Saver Settings panel. When it starts for the first time, or when you click "Settings", a small menu will pop up, allowing you to create a customized list of screensavers that you want it to randomly choose from. Whenever the Randomizer screensaver activates, it will select and automatically launch one of those screensavers.
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|Last scanned||1 week ago|
We have 1 file for "Screensaver Randomizer"
- Randomizer.msi (Windows)
|File report #1|
|Target system||Microsoft Windows|
|File size||1.32 MB (1,388,544 bytes)|
|File type||Windows Installer package (MSI)|
|Detection ratio||1/60 (1.67%) View report|
|Last downloaded||3 days ago|
User reviews (5)
I have five screen savers in my list but it only ever picks three of them; mostly it just picks the same two.
The interface is unintuitive.
But it works, so there's that.
Worked for me with my custom screensavers (I'm on Windows 7). Thanks!
Unfortunately, it didn't work for me. I'm on Windows 10, 64-bit; and I have a number of custom screensavers -- including Windows 95's Maze, The Matrix, The Matrix Trilogy, and a port of Mac OS X's Flurry. None of them showed up or could be added to Randomizer's list of available/enablable screensavers.
Looks good so far.