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Mars Mission 3D Screensaver v1.0      

Size:   8.45MB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Visit Website | More Programs

Release Date:   2016-06-06

Submit Date:   2016-06-06

OS:  Windows Vista/7/8/8.1/10 (32-Bit/64-Bit)

Downloads:   1222

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Software Product Description

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Would you like to get a space experience without leaving your computer? Then you simply need to install Mars Mission 3-D screensaver. The screensaver installs smoothly to give you the feeling of looking through the window of a spacecraft and seeing the planet in various perspectives.

As you complete the installation process, the installer gives you the option to set Mars Mission 3-D as the default screensaver. It then opens the settings panel where you can specify things like the time you want to elapse before the screensaver starts, whether it should exit when the mouse moves, and whether the computer should display logon screen when the screensaver exits. You may also adjust different power settings.

The preview button gives you the opportunity to see how the screensaver will appear. The screensaver lets you view the surface of planet Mars as it rotates slowly on its axis. You'll get a complete space view with different surface objects and textures as well as realistic-looking stars in the distance. You'll see how the sun strikes the surface of the planet from different angles at different times.

The screensaver starts at different positions each time it launches, which helps in eliminating monotony. In addition to specifying the duration you would like to elapse before the screensaver launches, you can launch it from its shortcut. During installation, you will have the option to create desktop and quick launch shortcuts or any of the two.

As its name indicates, the software lets you view Mars in 3-D format. You'll get the feeling of actually seeing the real planet, and you'll have the opportunity to get a deeper insight of how space, and planet Mars in particular, appears.

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