4th of July Fireworks Show

4th of July Fireworks Show 1.3

Enjoy a beatiful skyscrapers at night with amazing firework raising from behind

As you may guess form its name, this screen saver is about fireworks in a celebration of the Independence Day of America, July the 4th. If you like big cities and night and fireworks, this nice screen saver brings them together to your desktop and free of charge. Beautiful tall skyscrapers in front of the scene, and rising from behind amazing and colorful fireworks blowing away, decorating the deep black sky and the nice and sweet moon on the side.
Accompanying the image, the sounds of fireworks blowing complete the experience. To give more realism, the screen saver includes the typical delay between the image and the sound of a firework seen from a certain distance. Maybe the downside of this screensaver is that sound doesn’t change at all from firework to firework and it may get very boring pretty soon.
This screensaver runs on Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista. If the screensaver is not loading properly and/or it says it is missing crucial files, you may need the necessary VB6 Runtime files. The setup file is free and can be downloaded from the following link: http://www.acez.com/vbruntime6.htm. These runtime files were not included in the program since most Windows computers already provide them.
Once you have successfully installed the screensaver in your computer you need to put it to work. To do that, follow the following steps:
1. Click the Start button in Windows.
2. Select Settings.
3. Select Control Panel.
4. Double click the Display icon.
5. Select Screen Saver tab.
6. Select “4th of July Fireworks”.
7. Click either Preview or Settings.
If you note the screen saver running too slow, it can be consequence of many things. It’s recommended having at least 16MB of video memory if your color palette is set to 32 bit. If your video memory is under 16MB, what you can do is to set your color palette to 16 bit.
If you get tired of this screen saver – which could happen pretty soon since its lack of change - and want to remove it from your PC, follow the following steps and it will be completely deleted:
1. Click the Start button in Windows.
2. Select Settings.
3. Select Control Panel.
4. Double click the Add/Remove Programs icon.
5. Select “4th of July Fireworks”.
6. Click Add/Remove.
It’s recommended to use the Automatic Uninstall option.

Lionel Mira
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Review summary


  • It's free of charge
  • It combines animation and sounds very well
  • It has a lightweight installer


  • The sounds are all the same making it a bit boring
  • You might need to download extra components for proper working (VB6 runtime files)
  • It may get routinely
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