This is a Windows version of Flurry, the default screensaver in the Mac OS X 10.2 Jaguar operating system. Originally created by Calum Robinson, and based on the Seraphim screensaver for Windows, it features colorful, smoke-like, randomly generated "flurries" that smoothly spread out from a central point on your screen. Multi-monitor support is available, allowing you to assign a new flurry on each monitor. Furthermore, you can choose between fives types of flurry, namely classic, RGB, water, fire and psychedelic, but you can also use the Flurry Editor to make your own.
- Windows XP or newer
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These are installation notes for the Flurry screensaver.
- Double-click the file you downloaded to start the Flurry Screensaver file extractor.
- Make sure the location matches the Windows folder on your hard drive, then click "Extract".
- If you are told that "Administrator privilege is required to complete the task. Run again with administrator privilege?", click "Yes" to proceed. Then click "Yes", and click "Extract" again.