July 30th, 2006 by Keith

Fenêtres Volantes – Mac OS X screensaver

Posted in Fun Stuff, Mac OS, Utilities

Fenetres Volantes

Want some fanciful Mac OS X Screensaver? Try Fenêtres Volantes. If you are not using your windows, this screensaver can make them fly, after some idle time, which can be set in the System Preferences.

Upon activation, the windows will take off in the screen and flutter in the void. On any mouse movement, the windows will immediately come back and stuck to their original position. Totally amazing, and eye-catching!

System Requirement

  • - MacOS X 10.4.6 Tiger or above
  • - G4, G5, Intel – 1GHz or above

Installation Instruction

  1. Download the .zip file from the link below.
  2. Then, you just have to open the file if it has not been done automatically.
  3. Next, double-click on the file, and Mac OS X will guide you for the rest of the standard installation.

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