3D Waterfall Screensaver estaba como Giveaway el día n 23 de mayo de 2010
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This is one of my favorite screensavers, despite the aging graphics and flaws. Your enjoyment will depend heavily upon the ability of your graphics card and drivers to deliver good frame rates and high resolution. I'm averaging around 30 FPS at 1920x1200. With my drivers, I noticed that VSync was ON with no FSAA, but OFF with 4x FSAA. At 4x FSAA with my card, the highest framerates dropped, but the lowest increased.
Like almost all screensavers, you can change the settings, such as turning the music and sound effects on or off, changing quality settings, etc. I have no tolerance for people who complain about such things when they haven't even bothered to look at the settings.
As for all the usual whining about screensavers, some of us enjoy them as standalone, relaxing animations. Astro Gemini doesn't support multiple monitors, this will display on your primary monitor.
This offering does not include a screensaver manager and does not access the Internet.
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Installed & ran ok on x86 Win7 Home Premium. Graphics ok. The music that accompanies the waterfall sounds is awful. And this programme installed a shortcut to 'Other 3D Screensavers" on the desktop. Immediately uninstalled it. Yuk.
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The music is not bad, but I don't like music with a screensaver. Good thing you can turn that off. The graphics on the other hand are well, not the worst, but certainly not comparable to Disney renders.
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Installed on WIndows 7 64 Bit fine.
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This is some seriously unwell behaved and flawed software. When you select it from the dropdown list of screensavers its process is started. In WinXP it's shown by its DOS name and only in Win7 by its long name. As soon as it that process starts it eats up all my CPU power. At that time the screensaver itself isn't even running yet. This happened on a WinXP-SP2 system, another WinXP-SP3 system and that same second system under W7Ultimate.
On the first system with a fairly modest GeForce 6200/128MB graphics card it runs at 15FPS with an already pretty busy system at 1280x1024. On the second (faster) system with a reasonable ATI HD2600XT/512MB card under WinXP-SP3 it runs at an average 6FPS(!?!?) That system runs a fairly heavy Simulator game at high quality settings at decent frame rates and the 3D planet screensaver that was on GOTD a few weeks back at on average in the two hundreds FPS, occasionally dropping to just above 100FPS and maxing at well above 300FPS. That one is a graphically less demanding screensaver of course but still.
Only on that second system under W7U it runs in the 50s FPS. Which is a value I'd expect.
BUT!!!! on all three installations the screensaver spontaneously quits after about 10-20 seconds and returns to the regular Windows screen. That's no good for a screensaver! That's a serious flaw!!
Both XP installations have Symantec firewall running but on the W7 system I'm testing Comodo Internet Security (Free version). Not only warns it about constant accessing of many different 'Certificates' registry keys but it also caught it accessing the internet. I believe this happened when I opened the screensaver's settings window.
18.104.22.168 which is a82-94-229-11.deploy.akamaitechnologies.com
22.214.171.124 which is a82-94-229-35.deploy.akamaitechnologies.com
If I want any content delivered to me I'll ask for it thank you very much!
126.96.36.199 which is wwwtuk2vip.microsoft.com. Huh?
188.8.131.52 which is wwwtuk1vip.microsoft.com
184.108.40.206 which is wwwbay3vip.microsoft.com
Who are all these VIPs and why is this software phoning Microsoft?
Although these sites are not directly harmful (apparently Symantec has presets that allow these accesses) I still hate it when apps unnecessarily access the internet behind my back. Something tells me I'm not the only one who feels that way.
Get your priorities in order developers! Make software behave the way WE want and not the way YOU want.
And when I let Comodo block all this it takes a long time before the settings window finally opens. It apparently first try to tell everybody I'm about to open that window. Well don't!
Although for the 20 seconds it runs it looks nice enough methinks 'thanks but no thanks' is in order here.
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