On April 25, 2007, I read a post on Usenet from someone looking for a way to preview screen savers without actually having to install them first. SaverPreview was initially written while that post was still up on my screen, and then tweaked a bit the next morning. Instead of thumbnail previews of installed screen savers one-at-a-time, SaverPreview lets you see several savers running side-by-side in windows large enough to give you a real feel for how they're going to look.
You can launch the application by double-clicking the application itself or by dropping one or more screensaver bundles on the icon. Settings dialogs for any open screen saver are accessed through SaverPreview's Preferences command.
Comments and suggestions can be set to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SaverPreview is free for non-commercial use. If you're going to find a way to make money off of it, contact me and we'll work out something reasonable. Donations are happily accepted via PayPal (to email@example.com) or paper mail: