Christmas Screensaver

How To Install Our Screensaver

Our adorable Melvin moose stands in the snow on Christmas Eve, and you can enjoy this free screensaver on your computer. Just download the screensaver by clicking on either the Widescreen or Standard link below. Then find the file you downloaded, and double-click it to unzip it. Right-click on the unzipped file and a menu will appear, and click on "Test" to preview the screensaver. If you are happy with it, just right-click again on the file, and choose "Install". That's all there is to it!

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Of course, if you've downloaded our screensaver from this page, you can be certain that our screensaver is safe and does not contain any virus, nor does it install any spyware, adware, toolbars, or other type of malware. We hate that kind of sneaky stuff as much as you do, so we'd never put that kind of nonsense in anything we create. Please remember that our screensaver is for personal use only and may NOT be redistributed in any form, regardless of whether it is commercial or non-commercial, NOR may it be altered or used in other formats whether in part or in whole. This screensaver has been created by Christmas Corner, and is copyright protected.

Christmas – that magic blanket that wraps itself about us, that something so intangible that it is like a fragrance. It may weave a spell of nostalgia. Christmas may be a day of feasting, or of prayer, but always it will be a day of remembrance – a day in which we think of everything we have ever loved.
- Augusta E. Rundel

He who has no Christmas in his heart will never find Christmas under a tree.
- Charlotte Carpenter

To celebrate the heart of Christmas is to forget ourselves in the service of others.
- Henry C. Link

Christmas is, of course, the time to be home - in heart as well as body.
- Garry Moore