|Updated||May 12th 2017|
|Crack Size||2.5 MB|
|Systems||Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
When the 4th generation Apple TVs were rolled out, they included a collection of truly impressive screensavers recorded in various locations from around the world, such as San Francisco, Hawaii and China, and even more have been added since.
Whether or not you own an Apple TV, you may have wondered if there is a way to bring these screensavers to your PC; the answer is yes, and it is quite easy to boot. With Aerial For Windows, you can enjoy them on your desktop in just a couple of minutes.
This application was inspired by a similar project for OS X devices by John Coates, which can also be downloaded from Softpedia. The two apps are quite similar, with a few minor differences that will be detailed later.
Essentially, you just need to run the installer and set Aerial For Windows as your new screensaver. While there are some advanced settings you can play around with, the initial setup is as simple as can be.
Once you have seen the screensaver for the first time, there is a good chance you will never want to go back to work again. In the end, you can just you can just use your PC as a dedicated Aerial machine and get a new computer for less important things.
The videos depict scenes from cities and less-populated areas from around the world, recorded using high-flying drones and played in slow motion. There are quite a few of them, too, so don’t expect them to get boring anytime soon.
Some of the videos were recorded during daytime and others at night, and this app can select the ones to be played based on the local time of day. Moreover, it offers support for multiple-monitor setups, and it can either play the same video or a different one on each screen.
While you can just stream the videos if you don’t have enough free disk space, I recommend that you let the app cache the movies. Not only will you ensure smoother playback this way, but you will also cut down on Internet traffic.
The one feature I would have liked to see included is the ability to disable certain videos when configuring the screensaver; this is possible in the Mac version of the app, and I hope the feature will be added to this Windows version too.
If you have taken a look at the screenshots, you should know that the screensaver itself is much more impressive. If you are still not convinced, just download Aerial For Windows Crack and give it a try, as it takes no more than a couple of minutes to get everything set up.