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When finding screensavers on the web, it can be hard to ensure the screensavers don’t come with any spyware, viruses etc. Luckily for you, this list of 9 screensavers is completely baggage free. So enjoy! This post comes from Dudeworldorder.com – Thanks Craig!

Flying Toasters

Free Screensavers for your Windows Computer
Just like it says, this is a screensaver of flying toasters.

Faar Clock

Free Screensavers for your Windows Computer
A huge analogue clock that tells you the time.

Twingly

Free Screensavers for your Windows Computer
Twingly plots where the blog activity is happening on a spinning globe.

Fire

Free Screensavers for your Windows Computer
This screensaver sets your desktop on fire… yet another reason not to sit too close to your screen!

FIREFLIES

Free Screensavers for your Windows Computer
Unique design that plays on the “pretty-things-that-fly-around-your-screen” genre of screensavers. (Thanks for the updated link DJ Lil’ John)

Digg Screensavers

Free Screensavers for your Windows Computer
Stack, BigSpy, Swarm, and Arc are products from Digg labs that can be used as screensavers.

Hand Written Clock

Free Screensavers for your Windows Computer
This clock has the appearance of constantly being updated by hand – very fun.

Star Trek System 47

Free Screensavers for your Windows Computer
For the Star Trek fans out there (not good for me, but hopefully for you), this keeps an eye on the galaxy for you.

Flip Clock

Free Screensavers for your Windows Computer
An old school “flip” type clock.



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