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How to Find & Install Screen Savers in OS X

Posted by Jim Tanous on August 13, 2014
Matrix Screen Saver

RedPill Matrix Screen Saver

Matrix Screen SaverA classic Matrix-like screen saver that was originally developed years ago but abandoned by its developer. Thankfully, a fan took the code and recompiled it for OS X Mavericks compatibility, and it works and looks great on Apple’s latest operating system.

2 thoughts on “How to Find & Install Screen Savers in OS X”

Xradeon says:
Lol flying toasters.. Good ol’ memories!
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AlainCl says:
PixelCity is an old, free screensaver, but it’s really lovely. It’s a port from Unix or Windows and generates 3D flyovers and pans of a newly-generated city at dusk, streets filled with the lights of oncoming and departing cars, and skyscrapers lit and half-lit. http://emage-software.com/
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TekRevue says:
Oh, that’s awesome! Thanks for the recommendation!
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