The Helios screensaver features attraction/repulsion particle effects and smooth implicit surfaces, with colorful results. You can set the number of ions and emitters, adjust the animation and camera speed, customize the motion blur and set a frame rate limit.
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Anti-virus report for Helios
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|Last scanned||1 month ago||2 weeks ago|
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We have 2 files for "Helios"
- Helios.zip (Windows)
- Helios1.5.dmg (Mac)
|File report #1|
|Target system||Microsoft Windows|
|File size||199.78 kB (204,574 bytes)|
|File type||ZIP archive|
|Detection ratio||1/62 (1.61%) View report|
|Last downloaded||8 minutes ago|
|File report #2|
|Target system||Apple Mac|
|File size||391.88 kB (401,286 bytes)|
|File type||Apple Disk Image (DMG)|
|Detection ratio||0/61 (0%) View report|
|Last downloaded||3 minutes ago|
User reviews (10)
wow!!!! it's like cosmic bubbles and also phenomenal and perfect with intel core i3 7th gen
Really good. Installed on a windows 10 and run perfectly. Thank you for this awesome free screen saver.
G R E A T!
OMG! So Awesome! Thanks!
Simply amazing, you do need OpenGL graphics card driver
Very nice indeed. Thanks.
Mesmerizing. That's the word that comes to mind when I first saw it in motion on my monitor. The pictures don't do it justice - you have to see it in motion.
Helios looks good in the thumbnails, but they don't do it justice. When you see it on your monitor, the motions and color changes are mesmerizing. Really beautiful.
It works perfectly in Windows 10. I unzipped the file, and moved it to C:/Windows/System 32. In my version of Windows 10, the settings are accessed by going to Start, Settings, Personalization, Lock Screen, then, at the bottom of the page, Screen saver settings.
We may no longer NEED screen savers, but that doesn't mean we don't WANT them. :o)