A slideshow screensaver that projects onto your screen a series of photos taken by the Hubble Space Telescope (WFPC2). The captioned images give a face and name to the forces that shape our cosmos, and come courtesy of NASA and The Hubble Heritage Team. All images can be sized and position according to your preference.
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- Double-click on the file you downloaded to open up the Deep Space Screensaver install program.
- Click "Next", then click "Next" again, unless you want to change the destination directory.
- When you click "Start", the screensaver will be installed to your computer. You will be told that in order for all installed options to take effect, you need to restart Windows. This is generally not necessary, so feel free to simply click "Next", followed by "Exit", to quit the install program.
- The Screen Saver Settings panel will now automatically open, and "Deep Space" should appear among your screensavers. If it does not, you may have to redo the installation with elevated access rights, by right-clicking on the above-downloaded file (deepspace.exe) and selecting "Run as administrator".
Anti-virus report for Deep Space
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|Last scanned||2 weeks ago|
We have 1 file for "Deep Space"
- deepspace.exe (Windows)
|File report #1|
|Target system||Microsoft Windows|
|File size||1.92 MB (2,011,449 bytes)|
|File type||Portable Executable (EXE)|
|Detection ratio||0/15 (0%) View report|
|Last downloaded||2 days ago|
User reviews (3)
It's really good, but I don't want it or any screen savor except for my own choosing.