Back to the Future: Time Circuits
Imagine yourself in the Delorean time machine from the 1985 Back to the Future movie with this Time Circuits clock screensaver. It features the dashboard that controls the time traveling through three dates: the destination date, the current date, and the date last departed from. The "Present Time" aligns with the current time on your computer.
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Anti-virus report for Back to the Future: Time Circuits
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|Virus scanner||BTTF Time Circuits Screensaver.exe||BTTF Time Circuits Screensaver.app.zip|
|Last scanned||1 week ago||1 week ago|
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We have 2 files for "Back to the Future: Time Circuits"
- BTTF Time Circuits Screensaver.exe (Windows)
- BTTF Time Circuits Screensaver.app.zip (Mac)
|File report #1|
|File name||BTTF Time Circuits Screensaver.exe|
|Target system||Microsoft Windows|
|File size||8.97 MB (9,403,714 bytes)|
|File type||Portable Executable (EXE)|
|Detection ratio||3/66 (4.55%) View report|
|Last downloaded||1 hour ago|
|File report #2|
|File name||BTTF Time Circuits Screensaver.app.zip|
|Target system||Apple Mac|
|File size||9.53 MB (9,989,536 bytes)|
|File type||ZIP archive|
|Detection ratio||0/58 (0%) View report|
|Last downloaded||4 hours ago|
User reviews (6)
doesn't work on mac after solving blocked plugging error
I does not work on mac.
the preview works, but when the screensaver is running, it goes to a black screen. when you wake the computer back up, it flashes the screensaver for a split second then unlocks the computer.
It would be a great screensaver, the preview before installing it works, but once it is installed it just goes to a black screen. When you wake the computer back up, it flashes the actual screensaver for a split second then unlocks the computer.
Unbelievable, it depends on Adobe Flash! My computer is Flash-free, so I couldn't even preview it.
Not a screen saver, just a clock. Will likely cause screen burn.
Screensavers Planet: Yes, but only on very old CRT monitors, rarely seen today. Most computer display screens (like TFT, LCD and LED) are not vulnerable to screen burn.