If you have dreamt about going to a Caribbean beach and snorkel in a beautiful coral with colorful fishes and all that stuff, well this screensaver might be for you. Of course, is not like making the dream come true but it could be the way to remember the dream by so you can fulfill it in the future. The Big Corals is a free screensaver produced by a specialist of desktop accessories which name is EleFun Desktops. This version is another among several of the kind and you will be able to find them under the 3D Aquarium Animated Screensavers category, right on the EleFun Desktops web site.
The Big Corals features an exquisite combination of graphics animations and natural sounds to create a virtual environment in your computer, so real that it can produce a very relaxing experience while you are working or studying. It can become your regular break on the routine.
One advantage of this screensaver is that allows some settings configurations to customize the experience to your likes. For example, you can select the fishes you want to be displayed from a large list, you can configure the screen resolution, color depth, key to be pressed to exit the screensaver, and some sound settings as well.
Regarding system requirements to properly run and view this screensaver, here’s a list for you to check out:
- Operating System: Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP (Vista is not supported yet).
- System Memory: 128 MB RAM minimum.
- Processor: Pentium II or similar.
Once you have successfully installed the screensaver in your computer you need to put it to work. To do that, follow the regular steps you take with other screensavers. If you don’t know what steps are those, let me show you. First, get to the display properties dialog. To get there, click the start button, select Settings, then Control Panel, and finally double click on the Display Icon. Once there click on the Screensaver tab, select The Big Corals on the list and you are all set.
- It's free of charge
- It combines animation and sounds very well
- It has a lightweight installer
- The sounds are all the same making it a bit boring
- The settings dialog is available in English only
- It may get routinely