LotsaSnow – A Simple Falling Snow Screensaver for Mac OS X

Dec 11, 2006 - 5 Comments

Lotsasnow screen saver for Mac

There are a fair amount of winter themed screensavers for Mac OS X, from talking snowmen, snow storms, and blinking Christmas trees, but I think LotsaSnow is probably the best snow screensaver there is available for Mac.

It is simple and elegant, doesn’t use much CPU, and has some really nice looking flakes. LotsaSnow can also be easily used to put some falling snow on your Macs desktop, so say goodbye to the pixelated xsnow port and hello to LotsaSnow!

If this sounds interesting to you, you can download the screen saver free from the developer:


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  1. apweber says:

    I’m trying to get the LotsaSnow screensaver but the download server seems to be down. Can anyone send me the files?

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  3. suprfli says:

    Nevermind. I see it in the screensaver options. Heh.

  4. suprfli says:

    Maybe I did something wrong but how did you change your settings so that your desktop is in the background and the screensaver is in the front? Your screenshot looks similar to how the screen looks when you bring up dashboard. I understand that you did this w/a combination of backlight and lotsasnow but it looks like lotsasnow is in the foreground and not the background. Your screenshot looks very cool.

    I’m a mac newb so maybe I missed something. =)

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