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Scattered Flurries: A screensaver to keep you cool

14 July 2010 3,720 views One Comment

Don’t know what the weather is where you are, but it’s freakin’ hot here. Although the temperature here in the corner office went North of 90〫 well before noon, I’m as cool as an arctic hare all due to a wintry fresh screensaver. That said, we’ve got all kinds of screensavers featuring scenes of Winter, Trek and a flooded office, as well as the glad tidings of the most wonderful time of the year.

White Knight Logic’s Scattered Flurries quite literally has made my day. Yup, it’s a screensaver of falling snow that you can customize with your own background images. It’ll run on any Mac that can run Mac OS X 10.5 and has thoughtfully be localized for our French and Japanese friends.

Features include:

• Physics-based snowfall.
• A variety of background options, including a screenshot of your desktop, your desktop background image, or any image files of your choice.
• Multi-monitor support that synchronizes wind movement between different screens.
— Has option to run on main display only
• OS X 10.6 compatible, PPC compatible (requires Leopard or better)

And, yes, we’ve got plenty o’ great Mac screensavers here at the Fairer Platform — dig in with both hands:

System 47: An LCARS screensaver
Christmas: Top 5, best holiday screensavers, icon sets for OS X 10.6
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Get the SnowFall screensaver for OS X

Get your very own copy of Scattered Flurries here (851K).

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