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Using the Google Photos Screensaver for Windows or the RSS Images Screensaver for Leopard on the Mac, you can add our RSS Feed to allow you to view the seventy-five KET screensaver images. As more images are added to the feed, they will be automatically loaded by the screensaver.

Instructions:
The Google Photos Screensaver is compatible with Microsoft Windows-based machines only. To download a screen saver, click on the link and follow instructions on Google's page.

Instructions for the Google Photos Screensaver (Windows)

  1. Download and install Google Photos Screensaver from the Google Pack (you don't need to install any other options).
  2. Right click on Screensaver RSS Feed RSS Feed and select "Add to Google Photos Screensaver".

If you want to further configure the screensaver, you may do so by selecting Display | Screen Saver from the Control Panel.

Instructions:
The RSS Images Screensaver is only available for the Leopard OS on the Mac.

Instructions for the RSS Images Screensaver for Leopard (Mac)

  1. Click on RSS button in address bar, or Screensaver RSS Feed on this icon.
  2. Copy the url from the address bar.
  3. Open System Preferences then Desktop/Screensaver then select the Screensaver tab.
  4. In the list of screensavers, open the Pictures category then select ".Mac and RSS".
  5. Go to options, click the plus sign, choose RSS Feed, and paste in the url you previously copied.

Windows Screen Savers

Instructions:
These KET screen savers are .exe files that are compatible with Microsoft Windows-based machines only. To download a screen saver, click on the button to its left. After the file downloads, double-click it and the screen saver should install automatically on your computer.

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Kentucky Images 2008 vol1.exe
(7.10 MB)

Kentucky Images 2008, Vol. 1
Our Kentucky Images screen savers feature beautiful images from around the Commonwealth, from natural wonders to urban and rural scenes. Each volume contains a different selection of 25 photos.

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Kentucky Images 2008 vol2.exe
(6.76 MB)

Kentucky Images 2008, Vol. 2
Our Kentucky Images screen savers feature beautiful images from around the Commonwealth, from natural wonders to urban and rural scenes. Each volume contains a different selection of 25 photos.

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Lincoln Images 2008.exe
(6.79 MB)

Lincoln Images 2008
Our Lincoln Images screen saver features 25 images from Lincoln's Birthplace in Hodgenville, KY; the Lincoln Presidential Museum, Home and Tomb in Springfield, IL; the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC; as well as images from Gettysburg, PA; and the Old State Capitol building in Frankfort, KY.

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kysnpshts_vol_1.exe
(1.39 MB)

Kentucky Snapshots, Vol. 1
Our Kentucky Snapshots screen savers feature beautiful images from around the Commonwealth, from natural wonders to urban and rural scenes. Each volume contains a different selection of photos.

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kysnpshts_vol_2.exe
(1.33 MB)

Kentucky Snapshots, Vol. 2
Our Kentucky Snapshots screen savers feature beautiful images from around the Commonwealth, from natural wonders to urban and rural scenes. Each volume contains a different selection of photos.

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kysnpshts_vol_3.exe
(1.44 MB)

Kentucky Snapshots, Vol. 3
Our Kentucky Snapshots screen savers feature beautiful images from around the Commonwealth, from natural wonders to urban and rural scenes. Each volume contains a different selection of photos.

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WhiteHall01.exe
(988 K)

White Hall Historic Site
KET’s Electronic Field Trip to White Hall Historic Site steps back to the 19th century and the grandeur of emancipationist Cassius Marcellus Clay’s elegant home overlooking the Kentucky River. The screen saver features an exterior of the house and nine interiors.

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LouisvilleZoo.exe
(975 K)

Louisville Zoo
Colorful and majestic wild animals—tiger, crocodile, lemur, orangutan, addax, rhinoceros, camel, elephants, bongo, and polar bear—prowl your screen, straight from KET’s Electronic Field Trip to the Louisville Zoo.