Clouds

Clouds 2.0

Beatiful screensaver demo where dancing clouds form figures on the skies
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“Clouds” is one of several available demo versions of the screensavers developed by Firm Tools. “Clouds” is a nature style screensaver but have in mind that the clouds shown are not real, only animations. The screensaver is about shapes and figures you can form with clouds as you sure played once when you were a child. In the screensaver you don’t need to imagine the figures because they are pretty clear. The clouds deploy on beautiful and colorful skies.
The screensaver includes an inside multi-button configuration dialog. This means that you can access this configuration dialog without closing the screensaver, so the changes you make are showed immediately. Besides this configuration dialog, you can also access another dialog from the display properties dialog of Windows. This other configuration dialog allows you to set the maximum frame rate for the screensaver, enable/disable preview, and select whether you want to force the screensaver to quit on user action or not.
This screensaver runs on Windows 98/Me/2000/XP but not Vista. It requires, as a minimum, a 3D accelerator card with 16 bit color and DirectX 8.1 or higher. Once you have successfully installed the screensaver in your computer you need to put it to work. To do that, follow the following steps:
1. Click the Start button in Windows.
2. Select Settings.
3. Select Control Panel.
4. Double click the Display icon.
5. Select Screen Saver tab.
6. Select “Clouds”.
7. Click either Preview or Settings.

Lionel Mira
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Pros

  • It's free of charge since it's a demo
  • It combines colors very well
  • It has a lightweight installer

Cons

  • It doesn't include any sounds
  • It may get routinely
  • The demo shows banners
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