|AquarianAge Desktop Themes & ScreenSavers|
There are nine screensavers currently available in the AquarianAge ScreenSaver collection -- one freeware sampler screensaver and eight commercial screensavers available for purchase and registration through this site. They will work on any computer running Win95 or better operating systems (Win95, Win98, WinNT, whatever) from Microsoft.®
Style West East Pair I Hoop $12 $12 $18 II Shield $12 $12 $18 III Ring $12 $12 $18 IV Ball $12 $12 $18 ALL FOUR $30 $30
- ScreenSaver Freeware Download: download (1.7Mb)
The freeware screensaver contains one image from each of our eight commercial products, plus registration information. The freeware version itself cannot be registered and will expire within four months. But it is otherwise fully functional and contains eight unmutilated images from the screensavers.
- ScreenSaver Shareware Previews and Downloads: click here
Eight screensavers are available for download and purchase, grouped either as two cultural collections of four styles each for the Western and Eastern zodiacs or four pairs of artistically matched screensavers from across the two zodiac cultures.
AquarianAge Desktop Theme:
The AquarianAge Desktop Theme is entirely freeware, but it is fully functional only on machines running the "MS-Windows Plus!" pack in conjunction with a Win95 or later version of MS-Windows. If you don't have "Plus!" installed, then try using one of the wallpapers from the wallpaper collections -- they will always work!
We put a lot of thought into the creative aspects of this theme!! The default pointer cursor is the sign for Sagittarius. The I-beam edit cursor is Gemini. The waste basket is Pisces ("the dust-bin of the zodiac"). The resize cursors use the symbol for an opposition aspect. The music and sound effects use snippets of the "Age of Aquarius" song and Gustav Holst's "Planets Suite". There is something here for everyone with some knowledge of astrology and a sense of humour.
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