A lightweight desktop enhancement that you can use to countdown the days left until Christmas or New Year's while viewing a high quality animation
|Updated||Dec 5th 2013|
Drive Software Company N/A N/A
|Crack Size||980 KB|
|Systems||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows XP 64 bit, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 2003, Windows ME, Windows NT|
Christmas tends to bring out the best in people and with some of the goodness also comes a certain degree of impatience.
Christmas in New York is a little desktop app that displays an animated postcard of the New York skyline while also counting down the days left until Christmas.
Its a lightweight application that doesn’t use a lot of system resources. While running, it occupies a decent portion of your screen, not too big, not too small but just enough to clearly see all the details in the image. You can’t resize it so what you get is what you see. And speaking of, you get to view a well animated day-night cycle created in the form of a time lapse.
You can see the day turn into night and night into day while the Sun, clouds and Moon, move across a sky full of digital snowflakes. The the detail rendering and animation quality are very good which make Christmas in New York Crack pleasing to the eye.
Besides counting the days to Christmas, you can set the application to display the days left until New Year or the Julian Christmas. If you want to simply enjoy the mini view of New York, then you can select to hide the day counter. You are able to choose the speed of the animation along with the transparency level. Switching off the snow fall animation is also possible.
Christmas in New York is by all means a nice little app to have on your computer to brighten up your desktop and get you a bit anxious about Christmas and New Year.
спасибо за кейген для Christmas in New York
working patch. thanks
salamat sa inyo para sa patch
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