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snow flakes on your desktop DesktopSnowOK lets you animate your desktop with virtual snow flakes. You can choose from a variety of flake types, configure the number of flakes (5-64) and also their speed. There is also an option to automatically deactivate the flakes whenever you use your keyboard or mouse, this allows you to use the flakes as a type of screensaver that only kick in when you are not actively using your computer. Winter is coming! Copyright

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PublisherNenad Hrg(20)Price Free
Version3.71  historyLast updatedDec 14, 2018
File Size118 Kb RequirementsNone

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Make your pc sloooow2 starsby Kerry4444 Dec 21, 2016 (Read all my 3 reviews)
I really liked the effects, but it made my pc real slow and hang. For that i can't recommend it. showReview details
Nice3 starsby gimpguy Jul 06, 2012 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
This is a decent little desktop effect, you get snow or others to fall. It has speed, algorithm of blowing or falling, basically, down or up. It has choices when to stop, like pressing a key or mouse, then starts again after X seconds which you set. All in all, a decent software but could have other things like rain and lightning, maybe fire, waterfall, mudslide, etc... which would make this far more interesting. Perhaps fall leaves, regular leaves, things of that nature. Better yet, let people load into a library, images of their own. I am thinking they want to keep this at the low end, both usage wise and size but again, create a folder for users with higher resources to load their own png images. I think that would be great. The software has a lot of possibilities but right now, it will get old very quickly in my opinion. showReview details
Tiny, and lots of fun5 starsby WanjiSanji Dec 12, 2011 (Read all my 6 reviews)
This is a single executable, 79K in size (it does save an .ini file in the same directory). It has over 20 different modes, from snowflakes to tennis/soccer/baseballs, stars, etc. It of course uses some CPU cycles, but did not seem to negatively impact my computer at all. A fun winter mod for those of us wishing for snow. Each flake appears to move independently, some with a wide back-and-forth swing on the way down, some not much at all. showReview details
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