North American Wildlife 2.1
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|Wildlife Screen Savers With Personality™ 40 engaging photos and tranquil MP3 music. You'll marvel at elk, bison, eagle, cougar, moose, deer, bear, lynx, owl, fox, wolf, bighorn sheep, coyote, and bobcats. Over 100 transitions, adjustable settings.|
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:35|
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|OS||Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP|
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Wildlife Screen Savers With Personality™ 40 engaging photos and tranquil MP3 music. You'll marvel at America's most popular critters. This screen saver features all your favorites. Enjoy elk, bison, bald eagle and chick, cougar, moose, deer, black bear, lynx, owl, wolverine, pronghorn antelope, fox, mountain goat, wolf, bighorn sheep, loon, turkey, coyote, bobcats, and more. Each image selected for its personality. No dull, lifeless portraits. You can almost hear each critter breathe. Free Demo enchants you with 12 images. You'll want them all. Over 100 transitions. The time delay before activation is adjustable. The length of time each image appears is also adjustable from 1 to 60 seconds. CD quality MP3 music with mute option. All 40 images of the registered version will randomly scroll across your screen during the program. Free Demo version shows 12 images in random order, includes CD quality MP3 music, and expires in 7 days. If you would like to enjoy this screen saver for years to come, you can purchase your registration code by visiting our web site. No need to download again. Insert the registration code in the space provided in the Demo to unlock 28 additional images. Full screen images are optimized to 1024 by 768, with adjustments to display properly on all monitors. Registered version displays all 40 images and deletes the scrolling marquee and humorous Register Now Reminder photo. You can look at the screen saver in the Windows Display Properties Screen Saver tab to see all 40 images included in this program. System Requirements. Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, or XP. 100 MHz Pentium or better. 300 MHz to play MP3s. Set monitor to Highest or True color 32 bit Settings. Sound card and speakers recommended. 11 MB available on hard drive.
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Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, or XP
Windows XP compatible with over 100 transitions and MP3 music
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