Would you like some creepy screensavers for Halloween? Most of these aren’t scary, but they set the mood nicely and are perfectly safe for the little ghosts and goblins at home.
As many of you have learned by now, not all free screensavers are created equal. Many times, free means that you have to install stupid toolbars, adware and other unwanted junk along with the screensaver. That’s not true of the ones at NewFreeScreensavers.
One of the nice features of the screensavers above, is that they all now have settings to mute the sounds.
Some of the screensavers also have a setting to include a small analog clock on the screen. I think you’ll like that.
Be sure to check out the eerie Windows 7 themes that Pallab wrote about earlier this week. If you don’t have Windows 7, you can still grab the wallpapers using a trick that’s easy to learn. Also, if you’re an Android phone user, check out these Halloween apps.
Techie Buzz Verdict:
I’ve downloaded and installed several of the screensavers at this site and never had a problem with any of them. These screensavers are safe, totally free, and there are dozens more to check out once you visit.
Techie Buzz Rating: 3/5 (Good)