100 Happy Money Screensaver brings the power of the almighty money to your Windows desktop instantly. Don't yet have the big bucks? With 100 Happy Money Screensaver at least now you can fill your computer screen with banknotes of different countries. Very soothing underwater effects will wash away the tiredness and stress of a long business day. It is as close to the real thing as you can get. Realistic backgrounds, 3D animation and sound effects let you enjoy an underwater scene with currency dancing across the screen of your office computer, laptop or wide-screen TV.
This screensaver comes with controls that allow you to select the underwater background, the type of effects and adjust the amount of money or bubbles. You can select one of several type of money: U.S. dollar, Euro, Great Britain pound sterling, Canadian dollar, or Australian dollar. The screensaver includes digital clock with calendar too.
This one-of-a-kind screensaver takes a capitalistic slant by endlessly dropping piles of bucks across your screen. 100 Happy Money Screensaver displays a few underwater scenes showing various types of currency (such as American dollars, British pounds, and Swiss francs) floating and drifting around. In terms of design, there's not much to complain about; the currency looks realistic, and the rays of light filtering through the water add an excellent touch. We also appreciated the sound effects that accompany the rising bubbles, but you can turn them off or enable a wave sound instead. This screensaver's feature set should satisfy most users. For instance, you can change the type of bills that appear, switch among a dozen background, enable several motion effects, and adjust the appearance of the small clock in the application's lower-right corner. However, we were a bit miffed that the program places an additional shortcut on your desktop without your permission. Nevertheless, if you need a daily reminder about the power of the almighty dollar, you can bank on this program to deliver it.
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