Simulated snowflocks fall down the top of the screen against a background that is either your desktop, one of the included photographs, or a custom image. Instead of the default small snowflake, you can optionally select a "crystal" or "flake" style of snow. Further customizations include the snowflakes' transparency, falling direction, count and color.
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- Double-click the snow3setup.exe file you downloaded to start the installation program.
- Click "OK" or first choose a language other than English for the installer.
- Click "Next" to continue, then indicate whether you accept the terms of the license agreement before clicking "Next" again.
- Click "Next" through the next two screens unless you wish to change the default destination directory or the name of the Start Menu folder.
- Toggle any of the options to your preference, then click "Next" followed by "Install" to begin the installation process.
- When completed, click "Next", followed by "Finish" to exit the installer.
- You can now open the Screen Saver Settings panel to select "Snow3" as your screensaver.
Anti-virus report for Snow3
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|Last scanned||3 weeks ago|
We have 1 file for "Snow3"
- snow3setup.exe (Windows)
|File report #1|
|Target system||Microsoft Windows|
|File size||1.48 MB (1,556,800 bytes)|
|File type||Portable Executable (EXE)|
|Detection ratio||0/15 (0%) View report|
|Last downloaded||2 hours ago|
User reviews (1)
Installed on Windows 11 and running perfectly. I picked the option to use my desktop as the background and let the snow fall over the icons and my own winter wallpaper.
PROS: The snow accumulates at the bottom of the screen and there are options to change the size and color of the snowflakes.
CONS: The background will sometimes revert to a solid black screen with snowflakes falling. In other words, the desktop disappears after a while.