Why not use the console version?
It's no messing around, plus you can set it up as a service too - incase you're forgetful and forget to switch on Folding @ Home like I always do.
Besides, the screensaver version isn't really a screensaver. It just helps prevent phosphorus burn-in on the monitor. The best screensaver is to turn off the monitor when you're not using it. If you're forgetful, then set Windows to switch it off after 15 minutes of idling (that's what I do). Either way, you'll be saving some power and in turn saving on your electricity bill. Keep in mind that monitors (just like TVs and VCRs) still use power when in their standby mode, and that's actually where a lot of power is wasted in and around the home.
On that note, turn it off /wink.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='wink.gif' />
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