It came with the usual assortment of PC apps– Office.
The company didn’t give us many options to customize Windows back then, but one thing we could do was use whatever screensaver we wanted. That’s when I fell in love with flying toasters, a popular screensaver from back in the day. Today’s Mac users can relive those glory days of yesteryear with Flying Toasters screensaver.
What you get when you replace what you’d spend on a trip to Starbucks is 29 different characters, four generations of toasters, speed adjustments, up to 40 characters on the screen at one time, and three different types of flying toaster music to irritate anyone near your Mac.
All Flying Toasters does is bring to the 21st century Mac a little of the flair and excitement of the original Flying Toasters from the last century.
What’s missing? Actually, not much. There’s no 3D. There’s no special effects. There’s simply a whole bunch of flying toasters whizzing around your Mac’s screen.
You can adjust the size of the characters, and surprise characters appear at random so you won’t get bored.