After Dark


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After Dark

An earlier, popular screen saver for Windows and Macs from Berkeley Systems, Inc., that allowed custom animations to be added. Evolving from Magic, one of the first screen savers for Windows 2.0, After Dark popularized the "flying toaster" display. In the early 1990s, it was one of the hottest software products on the market but was never upgraded to subsequent versions of the operating systems.
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And goodness knows you've gone over often enough after dark.
Oh, Marilla, I wouldn't go through the Haunted Wood after dark now for anything.