New Screen Saver
Winston Churchill once said “No hour of life is wasted that is spent in the saddle” and at New Rider we totally agree which is why we decided to put together an animated photo gallery – which arrives through your screensaver – for you to submit photos of anything to do with you and your horse. And, as it’s a self-updating screensaver, they’ll be new photos appearing all the time so you won’t get bored of it. If you have photos of you and your horse then don’t miss out and send them through to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The screensaver operates like a slide carousel, showing each slide for 15 seconds, and showcases your photos in a variety of different templates. It also carries a small number of adverts, which finance the service - so you don’t pay a penny.
Simply follow the step-by-step instructions below, wait for a few minutes until your computer nods off - and enjoy!
The New Rider screensaver has been designed for computers using Microsoft Windows 2000 and XP with a minimum display resolution of 1024x768 pixels.
Ensure you are logged onto your PC with Administrative privileges
If you use either a proxy server or a firewall, or have any problem with installation, please see the FAQs for instructions.
You can download the screen saver by clicking on the link below...
FAQsMy screensaver only ever displays the default welcome slide on my HOME PC
The screensaver operates in the same way as an internet browser requesting images from an internet website on a regular basis. Your home PC firewall may, by default, require you to give explicit permission to PC applications to access the internet and hence may be blocking screensaver updates. To correct this, configure your firewall to allow the application oxigen.exe to communicate with newrider.oxigen.netMy screensaver only ever displays the default welcome slide on my WORK PC
Some PCs in large organisations communicate with the internet via a proxy server.
No. The screensaver operates in the same way as an internet browser. It requests images from a server on the internet on a regular basis. The images are not sent to your computer by a server trying to connect to your machine from the internet.
If you are still experiencing problems with the installation, please email email@example.com