This screensaver does a good job of replicating an awe-inspiring sunset. True to its name, the application displays the sun setting over the ocean, turning the sky deep oranges and reds in the process. In general, both the sunset and the rippling water look quite realistic, and the sound of the blowing wind really helps the ambience. The feature set isn't huge, but the available customization options are at least nifty, allowing you to select how often (if at all) the colors of the sunset, sea, and sky change. If you play around with the settings sliders for long enough, you can get some wild-looking sunsets out of Art Revolution 9 Sea Sunset Screensaver. The demo does subject you to a large nag screen, which appears every 30 seconds. If you don't want additional icons on your desktop, make sure to opt out during installation. If you appreciate a good sunset, chances are you'll like this program.
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