A simple to use, comprehensive and customizable screensaver that brings to your computer screen a large number of Christmas presents
|Updated||Dec 31st 2013|
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|Crack Size||18.6 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8|
Christmas tree landia is an animated screensaver with a Christmas theme.
While it runs, it displays a large number of drawings with trees and presents that slide from the left side of your computer screen to the right. The sliding objects are backed up by a Matrix style text animation that fills up the screen in a random pattern.
The screensaver can be activated with a simple double click or from the ‘Screen Saver Settings’ window which resides in the Control Panel. To be able to access it from the panel, you first need to copy it into the ‘System32’ folder in the Windows directory. It seems a bit of an effort but its worth it because once you run Christmas tree landia from the settings window, you can change various features.
Christmas tree landia Crack enables you to choose the position of the pictures between Stretch, Fit and Fill. This option doesn’t seem to do any good since choosing ‘Stretch’ simply distorts the images on the vertical axis, while ‘Fit’ might cause your computer to freeze up for a couple of seconds. Either way, the images with the trees and presents appear on your screen in a random pattern and at some point overlap each other.
You also get to choose the resolution in which the screensaver runs, as well as toggle 3D hardware acceleration. While Christmas tree landia is active, it plays a loop with a song. The application allows you to set its volume or mute it because the loop is a few seconds short and after a time becomes annoying.
In closing, Christmas tree landia is kind of nice as a screensaver but it needs a bit more work in the aesthetics department.
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