Butterflies of the World Screen Saver and Wallpaper 3.3
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Now you can enjoy the incredible beauty and colors of butterflies from around the world right at your desk. This screensaver and wallpaper features 62 hi-res colorful butterfly images that must be seen to be appreciated.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Now you can enjoy the incredible beauty and colors of butterflies from around the world right at your desk. While you're sitting in a chrysalis of inactivity this screen saver and wallpaper will take you on a global tour of some of the world's most beautiful butterflies. This screensaver features 62 hi-res colorful butterfly images that must be seen to be appreciated. The natural settings and flowers complement these breathtaking, professionally rendered photographs, and the Butterflies of the World Screen Saver will make a great addition to your collection. Optional captions let you display both the common and scientific names of each insect in your choice of font and screen position. You can also select up to 23 transition effects, show images full-screen or original size, use Microsoft Plus! support, and specify the length of time pictures appear on screen. System-tray and desktop-based screen-saver controls (which work with any screen saver) are part of this excellent package. You can enjoy this nag-free trial version for up to two weeks.
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