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gamehead200

Download the Windows XP 3D Screensaver

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img_animationwinxp.gifMicrosoft just came out with a new screensaver for Windows XP. This is 3-Dimensional and takes up about 3MB of HD space. Very cool if you have that boring one that came with the PC. The system requirements are as follows:

• Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition or Microsoft Windows XP Professional

• A 500 megahertz (MHz) processor, such as an Intel or an Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) or compatible processor. A 750 MHz or faster processor is recommended.

• 64 megabytes (MB) of RAM. 128 MB or higher recommended.

• 3 MB of available hard disk space.

Super VGA (800 × 600) or higher.

• 3-D graphics accelerator with 16 MB of memory minimum, compatible with Microsoft Direct3D version 8.0. A Direct3D-compliant video adapter is required. Microsoft has tested many—but not all—of the major video adapters. For the most recent list of supported adapters and updated drivers, visit Microsoft Windows Hardware Quality Labs site or Microsoft Windows Update.

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This is sooooooo old. I had this when XP first cam out. :)

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me too :)

sorry game head i had to move this to tweeks, it IS old. like really old. but its a cool screensaver anyway :rolleyes:

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