Balloons Over Your Desktop Screensaver
This screensaver features a flotilla of 14 different hot air balloons floating in more or less random flightpaths over your current desktop. When the screensaver kicks in, a snapshot is taken of your current screen and used as the backdrop for the balloons.
All balloons are created from original photographs by Bruce Quackenbush, taken at the Rocky Mountain Balloon Festival from 2006 to 2008. This spectacular annual event is held at Chatfield State Park in Littleton, Colorado.
The flight paths of most of the balloons are randomized to ensure all pixels on your monitor are cycled often enough to prevent "burn-in" on CRT or flat-panel monitors. The animated demo at the right is a compressed GIF meant to give you a rough idea of the screensaver. The movement of the balloons in the actual screensaver is smooth and realistic.
Full support for multi-monitor systems! Balloons float smoothly across all monitors.
The free version of this screensaver contains one "Purchase this screensaver..." reminder that floats across the screen occasionally. There's no "tryout" period, no disabled features, and no crippling nag screens. My hope is that you'll enjoy the software enough that it will be worth $15.00 to you. The registered version is free of distracting purchase reminders.
When you click the download link below you will be prompted to Open or Save the file desktop_balloons_unreg_install.zip. This is a compressed (zipped) folder 3.94MB in size. You can Open it directly, or choose Save and select a temporary folder on your computer. The ZIP file contains the executable installer program, double-click to run. Then just follow the prompts.
This software is provided as-is and without warranty other than to be free of viral or malicious content. It is not to be copied or re-distributed without express written consent from Bruce Quackenbush. All images contained in these screensavers are protected by federal and international copyright laws.
©2006-2017 Bruce Quackenbush, all rights reserved.