Fake Format C
This prank screensaver called "FunFormat" mimics the Windows disk formatting tool that can be used to completely erase all data on a computer's hard drive. An animated progress bar suggests the formatting is currently happening. No data is actually affected by this, but it will scare anyone who knows what it means to format the C:\ drive: it would remove both the operating system and all personal data, such as photos, documents and e-mail. Clicking the "Close" button will give your victim an error indicating that the operating system could not be found. Clicking "OK" in this error window will then exit the screensaver.
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- Extract the FunFormat screensaver file from the ZIP archive you downloaded to the Windows folder on your hard drive, then right-click the file and select "Install".
Anti-virus report for Fake Format C
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|Last scanned||2 weeks ago|
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We have 1 file for "Fake Format C"
- FunFormat.zip (Windows)
|File report #1|
|Target system||Microsoft Windows|
|File size||32.60 kB (33,387 bytes)|
|File type||ZIP archive|
|Detection ratio||2/13 (15.38%) View report|
|Last downloaded||1 week ago|
User reviews (2)
Nice, when using win98. Nowadays it's just garbage.