Watch the popular Matrix Screensaver in Kryptile Design style! Matrix glyphs include reversed letters, numbers, and Japanese katakana characters. The Matrix code flows down the screen leaving a greenish trace, just as in the movie!
A realistic LCD monitor is hovering in front of your desktop running a variant of Matrix Screensaver in the style of Kryptile Screensavers! Matrix glyphs include reversed letters, numbers, and Japanese katakana characters. The Matrix code flows down the screen leaving a greenish trace, just as in the movie! Download and watch it yourself!
This is a brand new 3D-airplane-screensaver for true airplane lovers. Genuine physics, ultra-realistic 3D graphics and Dolby Surround audio will put you into the breathtaking world of single-seat piston fighters!
The final shootout, a unique game with the combined genres of TD (Tower Defense) and FPS (First Person Shooter.) You control a squad of soldiers that help in the evacuation during the zombie apocalypse.
Do you want permanent access to your favorite folders? With Chameleon Folder you can open frequently used and favorite folders in Windows Explorer, Open/Save dialog boxes, archive extract windows, and on the desktop, etc.
Control a scanner or camera from your .NET/WPF application. VintaSoftTwain.NET SDK allows you to control the image acquisition process, use automatic documents feeder, save acquired images to disk or SQL databases, upload them to Web or FTP servers.
ChrisPC Win Experience Index is the free tool that lets you rate your computer and check again the Windows Experience Index on your Windows 8.1 installation, giving you the possibility to view the CPU, RAM, HDD scores and more...
Lets face it, finding the Rotation Settings when you want them can be downright cumbersome. Why not put it one click away? The Aerize Rotation Lock Tile provides simple and easy tile access directly to the Rotation Lock device settings screen.
Launch this screensaver and transfer yourself to the Mars orbit. Watch spectacular views of the Red Planet along with its satellites, Phobos and Deimos. Try to find your own answer to the big question about Mars!