3D Flying Objects
This screensaver includes 7 styles of 3D-rendered objects that can fly through the screen, from the Windows logo and an exploding ball to a ribbon or textured flag. This flag can optionally be customized by selecting a BMP image file on your computer to use as its texture. Switch between objects via the screensaver's settings menu, where you can also adjust the screensaver's resolution and the size of the chosen object.
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- Extract, drag or copy the "3D Flying Objects" screensaver file to your Windows folder, usually located at C:\Windows, then right-click the file and select "Install". This will automatically open the Screen Saver Settings panel, where you should now be able to find "3D Flying Objects" listed among your other screensavers.
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|Last scanned||2 weeks ago|
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We have 1 file for "3D Flying Objects"
- 3D_Flying_Objects.zip (Windows)
|File report #1|
|Target system||Microsoft Windows|
|File size||350.29 kB (358,700 bytes)|
|File type||ZIP archive|
|Detection ratio||1/14 (7.14%) View report|
|Last downloaded||12 hours ago|
User reviews (6)
Yes, this is XP version. But there is Win98 on the net and I found it.
And there is a real 3D logo. Yeah!
I like the screensaver, but it doesn't appear in my screensaver settings. How do I get it there?
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I would keep it forever
I wanted Windows 98 version, but it shows the XP logo.