zzColor Screensaver envelops your screen(s) in an ever-changing colored checkerboard pattern put plainly but it is actually a bitwise operation.
A bitwise operation operates on one or more bit patterns or binary numerals at the level of their individual bits. It is a fast and simple action, directly supported by the processor, and is used to manipulate values for comparisons and calculations.
It gradually creates colored checkerboards within colored checkerboards across your entire screen, each time the screensaver starts a new initial color is presented - it works by reacting differently depending on your architecture. There are no settings to change the colors or frequency at this time.
Because some people have asked about the author both here and on other websites, Javier is a regular visitor and indie developer who creates screensavers and small apps and makes them available to you on MajorGeeks. You may not have heard of Javier before, but MajorGeeks has always supported the smallest of developers since 2001. As always, all files on MajorGeeks are scanned, tested, and reviewed.
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