Many many years ago I purchased a very unique application from Tiger Technologies called "Holiday Lights". Some may remember it. It basically added a string of Christmas lights around the border of your desktop. It was highly configurable (they provided new bulb downloads, end user bulb submissions) and it can play music (holiday music or whatever you desired) while the bulbs were flashing. It can be used as a screensaver, bulb flashing adjustments...and much more.
I really loved this program and so did my girlfriend (who is now my wife of 12 years). The application stopped functioning around the time Vista was released (actually, it might have stopped working with Windows 7) but I never forgot about it. I found the company online and while they still exist they are now a web hosting company and do nothing with software....BUT...
They were kind enough to provide the app (both Windows and Mac OS9 versions) with a key to unlock the paid version for free as well as downloads of their bulb archives and other neat apps they created back in the day. I figured I'd share it with you guys:
Its going to be a blast from the past having this running during the holidays this year. Kudos to Tiger Technologies for not forgetting about their roots and providing this and their other excellent apps for free for all of us nowadays so-called "vintage computer enthusiasts"
Edited by eightbit, Sun Oct 22, 2017 8:26 PM.