A simple and fun desktop screensaver that you can use to decorate your screen during the winter time, featuring animated drawings
|Updated||Dec 20th 2013|
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|Crack Size||601 KB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8|
Drawn Christmas Screensaver is a fun and user-friendly piece of software designed to help you bring your computer desktop into the Holidays spirit as much as possible.
First off, the screensaver will prompt you to download and install several third-party utilities that it does not need in order to function properly, so you should pay attention on what 'Next' button you press. You can accept or decline the offer, after which the installation will proceed as normal.
Once it is installed, Drawn Christmas Screensaver will activate as soon as you do not touch your computer mouse or keyboard for a previously-defined amount of time.
The animation features a series of morphing drawings on a green background, that continuously shift between three pictures, skilfully transitioning from one into the other. You will be able to view a Christmas tree, a snowman and a spherical Christmas decoration transform from simple blobs of 'snow'. The pictures take on a hand-drawn appearance, while the constantly moving elements offer your desktop quite a dynamic look.
Drawn Christmas Screensaver Crack features winter season imagery, making it a great addition to your PC, as it enables you to feel the holidays approaching, even when you are working. It can decorate your screen as well as hide any files or windows you have open, preventing others from looking at your private information when you are away from your computer.
To conclude, Drawn Christmas Screensaver is a fun winter animation that you can use to enhance the appearance of your desktop during Christmas festivities.
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