Snow Screen Savers Abound For Holidays

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Date: Thursday, December 21st, 2006, 07:46
Category: Software

Although a white Christmas is never guaranteed, a bevy of cool holiday-themed screensavers for your Mac can always be expected around this time of year.
In addition to Russell Warneboldt’s Snowfall screensaver that we mentioned yesterday, LotsaSnow by Dag Ågren and Sno Screensaver by David Remahl add to the holiday festivities.
snowdesktop.jpg
Unlike Snowfall, which goes into the standard screensaver/sleep mode, LotsaSnow and Sno Screensaver work simultaneously within the operating system, dropping snow flakes while you go about the rest of your work.
The cool extras make the program that much more fun. LotsaSnow can display the snow against a blue background as well as your standard Mac OS X desktop and also offers a display clock to tell you how long the program’s been running. The program is free and available as a universal binary which runs smoothly on both PowerPC and Intel-based hardware.
Sno Screensaver also allows snow to fall against your normal Mac OS X backdrop while you work and includes source code and a program called Snow Desktop which drops flakes without resorting to screensaver mode. The program is free to download and use by anyone who wants it.
Please let us know if you’ve seen anything else in the vein of the holiday spirit for your Mac.


Although a white Christmas is never guaranteed, a bevy of cool holiday-themed screensavers for your Mac can always be expected around this time of year.
In addition to Russell Warneboldt’s Snowfall screensaver that we mentioned yesterday, LotsaSnow by Dag Ågren and Sno Screensaver by David Remahl add to the holiday festivities.
snowdesktop.jpg
Unlike Snowfall, which goes into the standard screensaver/sleep mode, LotsaSnow and Sno Screensaver work simultaneously within the operating system, dropping snow flakes while you go about the rest of your work.
The cool extras make the program that much more fun. LotsaSnow can display the snow against a blue background as well as your standard Mac OS X desktop and also offers a display clock to tell you how long the program’s been running. The program is free and available as a universal binary which runs smoothly on both PowerPC and Intel-based hardware.
Sno Screensaver also allows snow to fall against your normal Mac OS X backdrop while you work and includes source code and a program called Snow Desktop which drops flakes without resorting to screensaver mode. The program is free to download and use by anyone who wants it.
Please let us know if you’ve seen anything else in the vein of the holiday spirit for your Mac.

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