7art Jolly Birds ScreenSaver History


Version history for 7art Jolly Birds ScreenSaver shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting Nov 11, 2003) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).

Version: 1.0
Size: 4439KB
OS: Win 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP
Interface:
Description:   Jolly Birds screen saver brings you beautiful birds flying in the sky, walking on the ground, sitting on the trees and swimming in the water. You will see eagle, hawk, stork, swan, pigeon, gull, goose, pelican, thrush and few exotic amazing birds.

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