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Designed in the classic Windows style, Exploding Polygons Screen Saver puts lots of pretty shapes and colors on your screen as it draws polygons. As soon as each drawing is completed, the polygon explodes. Version 3.32 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
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All versions:3.2 stars
out of 4 votes
Current version:3.5 stars
out of 2 votes
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Version: Exploding Polygons Screen Saver 3.32
Colorful, animated, hardly any CPU uasage - RARE for a SS
a bit simple in concept & "pattern"
I value this screensaver (SS). Many/Most SSs require 100% CPU usage - some for doing hardly anything.
EPSS hardly uses any CPU usage. Running a SS should give the CPU a rest, and EPSS works very well.
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