From Michael Lindell:
Screen Paver is an easy to use make-your-own photo slide show screen saver for Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10. The program will display an unlimited number of your own jpeg, png, or bitmap pictures from local and/or network directories. Features include picture sorting, stretching/shrinking/tiling, transition effects, picture sets, picture preview, favorite picture saving, wallpaper creation, long filename captions with date, pause/continue control, and more. You can also play music during the slide show, either from a CD or from music files. Its a great utility for digital camera owners. A bonus screen saver utility for the Windows Taskbar Tray is available for registered users which allows the user to quickly configure, select, or run the current screen saver, as well as the ability to quickly disable and re-enable screen saving. Low $14.95 purchase price and online registration available.
Transitions are not too bad for a photo screensaver.
It is a 30 day trial, but it also forces you to install useless crap on your system, with no option to avoid installation.
Only does what some other free screensavers does for free, but the fact that it forces the install of crapware on your system, means it is a program to avoid at all costs. Gphotoshow and Endless Slideshow are much better bets.
A nasty little popup called "consumer survey group" has also just appeared on my system. I cannot confirm it was installed with Paver, but it is a bit of a coincidence that this blatantly illegal popup has just appeared on my system.
Easy to include all pictures you have, no matter how you have structured them. Is an excellent viewer for pictures (as a screen saver or just for presenting to friends).
Don't recommend using the "include sub directories at run-time" if you have a large directory structure ... takes too much time to travers through the directories.
Super simple and excellent SW. Used it through several versions and PC by now. Recommendable for everyone who frequently would like to be presented pictures. Runs on all my PC's (both at work and home).
If your directory structure is smaller than mine the "include sub directory at run-time" is in fact nice, especially if you upload new pictures often.