An easy and fast to install screensaver that you can use to enhance your monitor with a Christmas theme during computer idle time
|Updated||Nov 22nd 2013|
Christmas Screensaver N/A N/A
|Crack Size||7.9 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8|
When your computer becomes idle, Windows runs a screensaver to offer you something else to watch besides your desktop wallpaper.
By default Windows offers you the choice between the 3D text, Bubbles, Mystify, Photos and Ribbons. The Photos screensaver plays a slideshow with photos located on your computer. If you get bored with those choices, you can alway install new wallpapers.
Christmas Screensaver is a screensaver that during its runtime displays a snowing animation over an image that contains a detail from a Christmas tree.
The screensaver is easy to install and it takes you just a few seconds to do so even on a low performance computer. Once it’s installed, you can access it from the same place all the other screensavers are found.
Christmas Screensaver Crack displays a defocused background image that contains a detail from a decorated Christmas tree. The image is far from being sharp and rich in details so attention is brought to the snowfall-like animation. During its runtime, particles fluently fly around, disappear and reappear in a seemingly random way which makes the wallpaper quite relaxing to watch, especially if you’re fond of falling snow.
Apart from the time it takes for the screensaver to take effect, Christmas Screensaver provides you with only one other setting. Meaningly, you can set its screen resolution for when it runs.
In closing, Christmas Screensaver is a good looking screensaver that can definitely bring to your computer a little bit of Christmas spirit.
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