7art Galaxy Rhythm Clock
7art Galaxy Rhythm Clock
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7art Galaxy Rhythm Clock free download for Mac

7art Galaxy Rhythm Clock

1.1
12 March 2010

Clock screensaver.

Overview

Galaxy Rhythm Clock combines the golden beauty of the rising sun with the purple charm of the sunset!

Let yourself dive for moments into the meditative whirl of rays. Remain in tune with the galaxy-like pulse beats which relax your eyes and brain!

Screensaver comes with a bundle from http://www.premieropinion.com
Read carefully the terms and conditions before installation!
If you want to install the screensaver without the bundle - click disagree and continue the installation! You can also easily uninstall PremierOpinion later from Application/PremierOpinion folder.

What's new in 7art Galaxy Rhythm Clock

Version 1.1: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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1 7art Galaxy Rhythm Clock Reviews

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Wcitymike
12 March 2010

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DO NOT INSTALL OR USE THIS SCREEN SAVER. Upon installation, this screensaver installs a menu extra which phones home with marketing information about your system. If you try to quit this menu extra using tools such as Activity Monitor, the application will restart, because, on installation, this screen saver's installer also installs a LaunchDaemon whose job it is to make sure that their spyware can't be quit. While their uninstaller does work (if you take them at their word), it is also deceptively phrased, as the screensaver's uninstaller uninstalls *merely* the screensaver, leaving the spyware in place; you have to run the spyware's uninstaller to properly remove yourself of the thing, or take it all out manually.
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Version 1.1
Wcitymike
12 March 2010
DO NOT INSTALL OR USE THIS SCREEN SAVER. Upon installation, this screensaver installs a menu extra which phones home with marketing information about your system. If you try to quit this menu extra using tools such as Activity Monitor, the application will restart, because, on installation, this screen saver's installer also installs a LaunchDaemon whose job it is to make sure that their spyware can't be quit. While their uninstaller does work (if you take them at their word), it is also deceptively phrased, as the screensaver's uninstaller uninstalls *merely* the screensaver, leaving the spyware in place; you have to run the spyware's uninstaller to properly remove yourself of the thing, or take it all out manually.
Like (4)
Version 1.1
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Pupspals
Pupspals
01 June 2010
MacWorld Magazine confirms! Spyware on Mac!! http://www.macworld.com/article/151667/2010/06/mac_shareware_spyware.html
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Version 1.1