This innovative clock screensaver from PixelBreaker displays both the time (hours, minutes and seconds) and the date (weekday, day of the month, and month) of the current year in a circular fashion, with each circle representing one division of time. The circles approach their maximum size when the element reaches its maximum, e.g. when the seconds circle arrives at 60, or the weekday is a Sunday, and all circles will be completed at the New Year mark. Many languages are available, and you can optionally customize the clock's appearance, includings its colors, the thickness of the circles, and the font size.
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|PolarClock3 Question||2||1 week ago|
- Simply double-click the polarclock3.exe file you downloaded to automatically install the screensaver and to open the Screen Saver Settings panel.
Anti-virus report for Polar Clock
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|Last scanned||1 month ago|
We have 1 file for "Polar Clock"
- polarclock3.exe (Windows)
|File report #1|
|Target system||Microsoft Windows|
|File size||2.08 MB (2,178,069 bytes)|
|File type||Portable Executable (EXE)|
|Detection ratio||0/14 (0%) View report|
|Last downloaded||3 hours ago|
User reviews (5)
Tempus Fugit !
Excellent Screensaver. Almost hypnotic when it kicks in. I could sit and watch it for seconds, minutes, hours, days, months if only I had enough time.... Great to see it all turn briefly blue on the new year.
I've not experienced what Nathan experienced regarding the hanging of 'Explorer' ... But then, I never set my PC to 'hibernate', don't see the point, as my PC is either on and being used, or showing this great clock, when I'm pottering around making tea, other than that, it's powered down.
It's pretty cool, however, whenever the screen saver starts up and then the computer goes to sleep after my specified amount of time, explorer.exe closes. I wrote a batch file to fix this but it is an annoying bug.
TASKKILL /IM explorer.exe /f
wow so nice to have a simple yet stunning clock screensaver
this thing is cool, you should do more!