Description from the publisher
"Photo Clock-7" is freeware screen saver that displays the current time. You can make unique screen saver using for background any image: photo, wall paper, logotype etc (hint: make little surprise for your friend). Settings: colors of background and ink, show image: on/off, show seconds: off/noramal/full back mode, choose any font and image: all popular formats are supported.
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