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Wednesday, 9 November 2016

How to Set a Web Page as Screen Saver on Mac

Screen savers now serve to save energy, without the need to completely shut down the monitor or computer. Even so, not everyone wants to have on their Mac the screensavers that are included by default, so we will teach you how to set a web page as a screen saver on your Mac.

It's a pretty original idea to set up a web page as a screensaver, do not you think? Without further ado these are the steps that you have to follow:

How to Set a Web Page as Screen Saver on Mac

Download and install the file WebViewScreenSaver screensaver 2.0 from Github

  • After the installation is complete, open the System Preferences application and start the desktop preferences and screen saver pane
  • Open the screen saver tab
  • Scroll down until you see the option WebViewScreenSaver 2.0. Click on it to select it , then click the Options button screen saver ...

  • Click the Add URL button
  • The Google URL is by default. Double - click it to edit and put any web address you want. You can add as many sites as you want. If you add more than one, the screen saver will go through all of them.

Finally, click on the "Close"

Now when the screen saver starts, the web (s) you configured is loaded.
Having a website as a screensaver certainly is not for everyone, but it's great to be able to see all the latest content from any website when you return to your computer.

This tutorial is ideal if you want to have as screensavers websites where constantly updated content, such as news sites or your favorite social networks like Facebook.

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