Knight Rider: KITT Scanner Screensaver 1.0
FREEWAREFILES EDITOR'S REVIEW
Knight Rider was a popular television series during its run. From 1982 to 1986, viewers watched as the futuristic AI car KITT (Knight Industries Two Thousand) accompanied Michael Knight, played by David Hasselhoff, as he went on high tech crime fighting crusades. Without a doubt, KITT was one of the most interesting characters on the show. Those wanting to relive the best part of Knight Rider can now download a neat screensaver that features the incredible car: the KITT Scanner screensaver.
Knight Rider: KITT Scanner Screensaver
Downloading the screensaver is free, and it's also quick and easy to install. The download size ranges between 22.68 and 39.52 MB, depending on your operating system. It's compatible with Windows PCs and MAC computers. Once you've got it on your PC, just wait for the great animations to start after the screensaver makes its appearance. The image is of KITT's hood, which has a mounted scanner bar with red lights.
On the Knight Rider TV series, the scanner bar was invaluable when it came to fighting crime and busting bad guys. On this animated screensaver, the red lights give the appearance of KITT scanning the room. It's a neat feature that really makes this screensaver come to life. One of the best aspects of using this Knight Rider screensaver is it's totally safe for all audiences, so you can use it on your work computer or at home without fear of anything inappropriate being displayed.
No sound effects are included with the screensaver, which is actually a good thing when you think about it. The visual has more than enough impact, and having to worry about turning the sound effects on and off would be a hassle. For its awesome nostalgia, great looks, and functionality, this Knight Rider screensaver is well worth a download.
Software Product Description
"Huge file, little use"
Review Date: 2016-08-06
Pros: Free, but so are a lot of others.
Cons: Considering the size of the installation file you'd think this was a really great screen saver, but it's not. ALL it does is move the scanner lights. Why such a huge file size just for this? I've seen a LOT of other screen savers that do huge amounts of animation, graphics, and such that are less than 10 MB, one third the size of this loser of a screen saver. Don't waste your bandwidth or time on this one. You won't be impressed.
Other Thoughts: It's not too bad if it were about 2 MB, but not at all worth it to me.