An amazing desktop decoration that will enable you to give a nice and warm aspect to your screen and make it look like a cozy fireplace
|Updated||Aug 10th 2014|
Decortop N/A N/A
|Crack Size||1.5 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit|
Desktop enhancements come in all shapes, sizes and do all kinds of things. Faya is an application that adds an animated fire to the bottom of your screen.
Faya is a lightweight app that won’t give you any kind of headaches when it comes to running it on your computer. The moment you launch it, the fire spreads to the entire width of your screen and starts to burn.
While it is active, Faya creates a system tray icon that once you click opens up small window from where you can either turn the fire effect on or off, as well as access settings.
The fire that Faya creates reaches a certain height which can’t be adjusted. Normally this would prove to be a bit of a distraction if it covered more that you would want it to. To avoid this, Faya is fitted with a slider that allows you to adjust the opacity of the flames. You are not able to bring it all the way down to zero, but just enough so its slightly noticeable.
Besides the transparency, it’s also possible to set the number of flames that appear on your screen.
Faya Crack comes with the option to have it run once you login to your Windows account and even start minimized. It’s a nice feature to have if you want to get a cozy feeling right away, or just watch icons burn.
In closing, Faya is a very nice little desktop decoration that you can use to heat up the atmosphere on your computer as it’s animation runs smooth.
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