Matrix Code Emulator
This Matrix Code screensaver for Windows features the 'digital rain' from the movie trilogy The Matrix, starring Keanu Reeves. Long lines of green symbols scroll down the screen in random patterns, and every now and then a quote from the movie is displayed in the middle. By default, the resolution is set to a low 640x480, but this can be increased via the screensaver's settings menu, where you can also customize the matrix density and the percentage of symbols that are highlighted, and optionally disable the messages.
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- Double-click the mcefree.exe file to start the Matrix Code Emulator installation program.
- Click "Next", then click "Install" to beging installing the screensaver.
- Finally, click "Next", followed by "Finish" to exit the installer.
- Manually open the Screen Saver Settings panel. "Matrix Code Emulator" should now appear among your other screensavers.
Anti-virus report for Matrix Code Emulator
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|Last scanned||2 months ago|
We have 1 file for "Matrix Code Emulator"
- mcefree.exe (Windows)
|File report #1|
|Target system||Microsoft Windows|
|File size||348.68 kB (357,045 bytes)|
|File type||Portable Executable (EXE)|
|Detection ratio||0/14 (0%) View report|
|Last downloaded||6 hours ago|
User reviews (11)
It's very laggy on Windows 10.
Worked nice on Windows 7 tho.
Looking forward to new version !
I've had several Matrix screensavers over the years... This the best one yet.
It is not recognized in any way on the pc and those few times that it is activated even if imposed the minimum time of 60 sec does not activate even restarting the pc.
It's really amazing, I've always wanted to find one a good as this!
THANK YOU FOR THIS!
This is excellent. How do I obtain a 'sponsor' version please?
this is a bad quality screensaver, i would advise that no one downloads it