Nature's Splendors: Fall Screen Saver Free Download

Version: 1.1   (version history)
Date: November 21, 1999

Free To Try

OS: Windows
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Author: Oscar Gutierrez Photography

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Nature's Splendors: Fall Screen Saver Description

Nature's Splendors: Fall Screen Saver Free Download.

Nature's Splendors: Fall Screen Saver displays color photographs of autumn landscapes.

The screen saver displays 27 images as a slideshow. There are options that let you choose the time delay between images (in seconds or minutes), select which transition effects to use, and stretch the images to fit the screen or display them in their original size.

This screen saver also supports Microsoft Plus!. This lets you select 'hot corners' on your screen to automatically display the screen saver, or prevent it from appearing.

It also comes complete with a 'Screen Saver Control' utility that lets you select, configure, and launch any installed screen saver with a click to the System Tray icon.

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