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Sixteen Hexadecimal Digits Screensaver for Mac OS X

Someone has created a 09-f9-11-02-9d-74-e3-5b-d8-41-56-c5-63-56-88-c0 Screensaver

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Google Updates the Google Pack

Google has recently updated their Google Pack, the free set of software that anyone can download and use, it includes programs like Google Earth, Picasa, the photo organizer, Ad-Aware, Google Desktop, Google Talk, Google Toolbar, Skype and many more. They have added Symantec’s Norton Security Scan and PC Tools’ Spyware Doctor Starter Edition, both tools will help you protect your computer from viruses and malware, and both of which are free. They also updated their free photo screensaver, it will now display photo feeds, like the ones available from Flickr, and will show a constant stream of photos from the web. This is great for family members who live far away, and can’t see your kids, etc, it will allow them to see whatever photos you upload to your photo stream.

Google Pack makes it easy to setup and protect your PC, and now we’ve added two new applications to make your PC even safer: Symantec’s Norton Security Scan, which detects and removes viruses, and PC Tools’ Spyware Doctor Starter Edition, a top-rated anti-spyware utility. Both are free and include automatic protection updates with no paid subscription required.

We’ve also substantially updated our screensaver. Now you can turn your computer into a digital picture frame that displays pictures from photo feeds continuously updated streams of photos from the web. Many of your favorite photo-sharing sites support them already, so it’s easy to keep in touch with your friends and family this way. Source: Google Pack cures the PC blues

More info on the Google Pack available here. Download the Google Pack by clicking this link,

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Free Photo Screensaver

Click here to get the Google Photo Screensaver for free. It is part of the Google Pack and you can download all of it or just the screensaver, it’s up to you. Picassa is also included and can help you organize and locate all of your image files for you.

The Google Photo Screensaver will allow you to enjoy photos from your personal collection in full screen or as a collage. To configure your screensaver:

Right-click on your desktop and select “Properties” from the menu that appears
Select the “Screen Saver” tab from the “Display Properties” dialog
From the “Screen saver” drop-down, select “Google Pack Screensaver” then click the “Settings” button
From the settings window, you can select the transition, timing, and selection of photos in your screensaver.

Google Screensaver

The Google Pack Photo Screensaver makes it easy to display your favorite photos when your screen is idle. To enable it, go to Start menu > Settings > Control Panel > Display and select the “Screen Saver” tab. From the “Screen saver” drop-down, select “Google Pack Screen Saver” then click the “Settings” button. From the settings window, you can select the transition, timing, and selection of photos in your screensaver. At this time, the Google Pack Photo Screensaver is only available through Google Pack. Source: Google Pack Help

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BSOD Screen Saver v3.2

It’s the screen everyone hates to see, the blue screen of death, which is a sign something bad just happened, driver crash, insert your problem here. Now you can make your computer look like it just crashed, it even simulates the rebooting process, on NT 4.0 it shows chkdsk checking drives with errors, on Windows 2000 and 9.x it shows the win2k startup screen and on XP and 2003 it each systems version of the splash screen with the progress bar.

Bluescreen cycles between different Blue Screens and simulated boots every 15 seconds or so. Virtually all the information shown on Bluescreen’s BSOD and system start screen is obtained from your system configuration – its accuracy will fool even advanced NT developers. For example, the NT build number, processor revision, loaded drivers and addresses, disk drive characteristics, and memory size are all taken from the system Bluescreen is running on. Source: BlueScreen Screen Saver v3.2

Download it here.

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