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Windows 8 Clock Logon Screensaver in Windows 7

The developer preview version of Microsoft’s forthcoming operating system Windows 8 shows that it will have lot more advanced features and functionalities than the previous versions. Moreover, its UI has also slightly changed as compared to the earlier versions, for example logon screensaver and clock. If you like to have this Clock logon screensaver on your Windows 7, here is how it is.

W8Clock Logon Screensaver is a little, portable app, that provides Windows 8 style screensaver with clock in Metro style to Windows 7 and also has an alarm function.

The program is easy to install and uninstall. Just run it (no installation needed), select Install button to install W8Clock Logon Screensaver. To uninstall, run it again and choose Uninstall option.

From the setting menu, you can change background color, font color, time format, time and date background, transparency, etc.

Interested users can download (977KB) W8Clock Logon Screensaver at source here.


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