Starfield is an improved replica of the original Starfield Simulation screensaver that Microsoft shipped with earlier versions of the Windows operating system. It comes with modern accelerated graphics rendering and positioning, and a large number of options allowing you to adjust the number of stars, their speed, color and size, and adjust the FPS limit. Lowering the numer of frames per second can reduce the strain on your computer to run the screensaver. It also supports negative speed, making the stars move backwards.
Anti-virus report for Starfield
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|Last scanned||1 week ago|
We have 1 file for "Starfield"
- Starfield-1.1.exe (Windows)
|File report #1|
|Target system||Microsoft Windows|
|File size||142.13 kB (145,537 bytes)|
|File type||Portable Executable (EXE)|
|Detection ratio||0/14 (0%) View report|
|Last downloaded||29 minutes ago|
User reviews (5)
Turns off HDR immediately when it goes on screen. Exactly what I was looking for, but I can't have it turning off something in display settings without asking. Would also have appreciated a 120 and 144 Hz option for frame rate, as these are much more common native refresh rates than 100 or 80 Hz. Disappointed.
Can you add a setting to make the star screensaver only for 1 screen? and other screens black image?
This is just the PERFECT Starfield screensaver. Look no further. Great graphics. At slow speeds it just looks amazing, and with multi monitor support.
It doesn't work for me. The default screensaver settings don't detect this screensaver, and when you want to edit how this screensaver works, it seems to open a fake/unreal screensaver settings (I don't mean the Starfield settings here). It looks very cool, and wish it would've worked, but if it's not working at all, I can't really rate this good.
Ok, I found a solution.
The installer just didn't install it properly.
I put the installed .scr file in my System32 folder, and it all works now.