Free Fire Screensaver 2.20
A lightweight application that animates your desktop activity by displaying flames, while offering support for sounds and background music
Once you have installed the application, it becomes accessible from the Windows screensaver menu, thus allowing you to set it as the default screensaver and change various settings.
It sports a clean and intuitive GUI that offers a few configuration settings to tinker with. You can make the program display flames that fade out when closing the screensaver and specify the time delay, as well as ignore mouse movements.
Free Fire Screensaver gives users the possibility to specify the frame rate and enable the multi-monitor option for running the screensaver on other screens at the same time. All adjustments can be previewed in a dedicated pane.
You can use a shortcut key for taking screenshots while the screensaver is running, adjust the flame sound volume, as well as pick a preset music theme or upload your own audio file to the list, provided that the file format is MP3, WMA or M3U.
During our testing we have noticed that Free Fire Screensaver provides excellent image quality, and no errors showed up throughout the entire process. It manages to remain light on the system resources, so it doesn’t burden the overall performance of the computer, nor interfere with other programs’ functionality.
To sum things up, Free Fire Screensaver offers a simple software solution for animating your desktop activity. It can be installed and configured by all types of users, regardless of their experience level.
Reviewed by Ana Marculescu, last updated on August 22nd, 2013
Free Fire Screensaver
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What's New in version 1.20
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Application descriptionFree Fire Screensaver is a nice screensaver that will offer you the experience of seing your desktop on fire.Free Fire...
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