A slideshow consisting of approximately a dozen low-resolution (640x480) pictures of a wide variety of wild animals, including birds, wolves, turtles, deer, and others. Photos alternate in the middle of the screen against a black background. Sounds can be enabled, but are disabled by default, and there are no transition effects.
- Windows 98 or newer
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These are installation notes for the Animals screensaver.
- Double-click on the animals.exe file downloaded above to begin the installation process.
- Since all the default settings will work fine on most computers, simply click the "Next" button twice, then click "Start" to have the installer begin copying the necessary files to your computer.
- Upon completion, you will be asked to restart your computer, but in most cases you do not have to. Click "Next", then "Exit" to wrap up the process. Windows's Screen Saver Settings panel will now automatically be opened.
- If the "Animals" screensaver does not appear in your list of screensavers, you may have to re-initiate the installation by right-clicking on the animals.exe file and selecting "Run as administrator". After repeating the above steps, you should now be able to see the screensaver among the others in the Screen Saver Settings panel, and be able to preview and configure it.