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Dad's Army Windows Version

To download and install the screensavers, follow these instructions.

Windows 95, 98, 2000 and NT
To download the screensaver, click on the link above. Save the program to disk somewhere on your computer, once downloaded, click 'open' and the file will install itself. The screensaver will automatically install itself on your computer in your Display Settings dialogue box.

Mac OS 8/8.5
To download and install the desktop images, follow these instructions.

To download the screensaver, click on the link above. When you have downloaded the screensaver, it will need to be uncompressed with a utility like the shareware "Stuff-it Expander". This can be downloaded from Then move the icon into the Control Panels folder inside your active System Folder. Restart your computer. You can configure your screensaver preferences through the Control Panels menu under the Apple icon.

It is not recommended that you have more than one active screensaver installed on your computer at any one time as this may make your display setting behave erratically.

Please note: These screensavers are for enhancing your computer, they are not intended to be used to prevent your screen suffering from burn out. Every effort has been made to ensure these screensavers function correctly, however the BBC cannot be held responsible for the installation and download of these screensavers onto your computer. The BBC will not be providing any technical support for these screensavers.

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