About this screen saver:

Whether you are currently living in New York or just want to relive your time there, this collection of 101 color and black & white photographs will offer you the opportunity to reminisce about one of the greatest cities on Earth. All images are either views of Manhattan or from Manhattan and include the New York Public Library at 5th Avenue, Grand Central Terminal, various skyline views, and a large dose of Central Park.

This screen saver is available for both Macintosh OS X and Windows 98/ME/2000/XP.

How to install:

To install this screen saver, you can use the included small installer program. This program can also be used to remove the slide show if you want. For the installer to work properly, the slide show will need to be in the same folder as the installer.

Alternatively, open either your Main or Home Library Folder and then open the "Screen Savers" folder. Then simply drag the file "New York City Screen Saver.slideSaver" to the "Screen Savers" folder. Your Main Library folder can be found at the main level of your hard drive and your Home Library folder can be found in your Home directory.

If you install the file in your Main folder it will be available to all users of the system (but you will need to be an "administrator" of the computer). If you install the file in your Home folder, it will be available only to you but no other users of the computer.

Once the file is installed you will need to go to your System Preferences and choose the "Screen Effects" preference. You should then be able to select the slide show.

Legal issues:

The screen saver and the installer are provided "as is" and no guarantee is made as to their function or any problems that occur as a result of their use. All photos are copyright 2004 David Hanauer and are not to be reproduced or redistributed without permission from the author. All rights reserved.


There is no warranty for this program.

Version History:

Version 3.0:

Version 2.0:

Version 1.0:


If you are having problems or have any issues or concerns, please contact the author. If you like the photographs, I'd love to hear about it!

Send e-mail to David Hanauer: david@supermagnus.com

This program can be found at http://www.supermagnus.com

February 18, 2004