America's Front Porch
Celebrate the 4th of July, or the U.S. Independence Day, with the America's Front Porch screensaver, created in 2001 by Jan Fox. It consists of a slideshow with about a dozen photos of Star-Spangled Banner-bearing houses. Sounds are enabled by default, but can be turned off via the screensaver's settings panel.
- Windows 98 or newer
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These are installation notes for the America's Front Porch screensaver.
- Double-click on the file downloaded above, then click "OK" to begin installing the screensaver.
- If, after a few seconds, you are told that "americasfrontporch.exe has stopped working", click "Close program". If the Program Compatibility Assistant gives you the option, click "Restart the program as an administrator". Otherwise, proceed by right-clicking on the americasfrontporch.exe file and selecting "Run as administrator".