Last month, Apple announced its fourth generation new Apple TV and pre-orders for the new Apple TV had begun a couple of hours ago. The latest set-top box from Apple comes with a faster processor, a redesigned remote with touchpad, and support for voice commands via Siri.
In addition to a better user interface and plenty of other improvements, the new Apple TV also includes a bunch of beautiful screen savers. Apple calls them cinematic screen savers, and they are stunning.
Apple TV Aerial screen saver on Windows 10/8/7
These cinematic screen savers display aerial HD videos of stunning locations from various parts of the world. According to Apple, these new screen savers or high definition videos are shot specifically for Apple TV.
As you can see in the picture below, some of these new Apple TV screen savers are really stunning and look fantastic. Wouldn’t it be awesome if it was possible to get these Apple TV screen savers on your Windows 10, 8.1, or Windows 7 PC?
Download & install Apple TV Aerial screen saver on Windows PC
Follow given below directions to download and install the new Apple TV aerial screen saver on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, and Windows 7.
Please note that Aerial screen saver requires .Net Framework v4.6.
Step 1: Visit this page of GitHub and download Apple TV’s Aerial Screen Saver by clicking the big download button.
Step 2: Extract the downloaded zip file to a folder or desktop.
Step 3: Right-click on the Aerial (.scr) file and then click the Install button to install the screen saver.
Step 4: Clicking Install option will automatically open Screen Saver Settings dialog. Here, you can configure how long before the screen saver gets activated. Click the Settings button to change the default settings of the screen saver.
Of all the HD videos available, the Aerial screen saver shows specific videos depending on the time of the day. You can disable this by clicking Settings and then unchecking the Use time of the day. When this Use time of the day option is disabled, the Aerial screen saver will show random videos. Believe us, these high-definition videos or screen savers are really amazing.
Image credit John @ GitHub.