Date Added:Jan. 17, 2001
Downloads Last Week:2
Nothing against the creator but : the only thing is I can do my own in no time with any image I want directly from a Nasa website.
has some nice photo
more photo will be better
Has some nice photos.
Not enough photos.
But its a very good and stable screen saver -cool pictures. If you have spybot search & destroy- you can easily turn off or delete the screen saver control thingy it puts on your system tray
This was an easy program to install and does show excellent quality pictures. However, there is no uninstall option and runs a screen saver control program in the task bar, which is not cool. I had to go to regedit and remove the entry to stop it from running and then deleted the file responsible, which installs into the Windows directory by the way. Very poor programming!
Great for fans of the Appollo series of space missions.
05 March 2002. I try to post reviews that are useful. Adaware v5.62 did not detect any Spyware after installing Mission Apollo. In addition, this appears to be a true "freeware" screensaver, no time limits or locked images. Image quality is quite good, and there are options for controlling the amount of time each image is displayed. Craig Knapp email@example.com
it even shows the "earth rise" the way it was shot (lunar horizon is verticle, not horizontal)
Great pictures from man's greatest adventure.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.mikebonnell.com|
|Release Date||January 17, 2001|
|Date Added||January 17, 2001|
|Category||Screensavers & Wallpaper|
|Operating Systems||Windows 95/98/NT/2000|
|Additional Requirements||Windows 95/98/NT/2000|
|Downloads Last Week||2|