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- Richard Bonner
March 1, 2007, 3:31 pm
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*** I was not aware of burn-in on LCDs, but have always used a screen
blanker for all my systems both CRT and LCD. I figure the less they are
used, the longer the screen life.
I don't like screen savers because I find them distracting and they
still are using up screen life. I have some monitors from the early 1990s
that still give a good, strong picture. Until recently, I used one for
a display advertiser in my business showroom but have now upgraded it to
a newer monitor with better resolution.
Re: LCD displays don't burn in images claim is all bunk, I have learned!
What I tend to believe is that CRTs and LCDs will not get "burn-ins"
ONLY when the energy power save "feature" is enabled and active. If
anyone "disables" this in XP or if some software "interferrance" in XP
cause this feature to not work, burn-in will occur. That is one
important reason to have a screen saver (at least the "blank" screen)
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