Just a raving. Since I'm not in the United States I can just listen and
not take part. Oh well, there goes the 280 or so Pentium 100s I have
>From: Scott McIntyre[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Thursday, April 17, 1997 6:18 AM
>Subject: Re: screen saver / unobtrusive DESCHALL
>>That sounds correct. Under Windows '95, DESCHALL runs in the
>>"Idle" priority class. This is the lowest priority class. DESCHALL
>>will get CPU time only if nothing else wants it. Except for the
>>presence in the Task Bar, most people do not even notice it is running.
>>It can be started in the Windows '95 startup window. It's properties
>>can be set to "minimized". And you'll hardly notice it's there. :-)
>In a related note, I found a program that makes DESCHALL even
>less obtrusive. Instead of being minimized to the taskbar, it gets
>hidden behind an icon on the system tray (where the clock is).
>For people with 640x480 monitors, this can save a lot of space
>on your taskbar. And it also makes it much easier to run the
>program on a computer you shouldn't be - nudge nudge wink wink.
>If anyone is interested, it's called HideIt, it's freeware, and they have