Windows DreamScene Content Pack

Even though DreamScene is still technically a preview release, Microsoft has just posted a little Content Pack featuring 4 new animated backgrounds.

The four videos are:

  • A field of thistle, with a bee gathering pollen
  • The rushing water of a forest stream
  • A streetlamp reflected in a puddle, with softly falling rain
  • Orange wisps flowing in a computer-generated scene
"We're offering these video backgrounds only to users who have installed the Windows DreamScene Preview. However, the Content Pack will continue to be available when the final version of DreamScene is released, so don't worry about installing the preview just so you can obtain them. The preview version is an unsupported release; it is not appropriate for users who are uncomfortable with installing prerelease software. If you've installed the Windows DreamScene Preview, click Check for updates in Windows Update to see the Content Pack, which is offered as an Ultimate Extra."

View: Windows DreamScene Content Pack
Link: Get more Dream Scenes

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Unless of course you brought Ultimate for the combined Home Premium and Business features, and not just to accommodate with your e-penis size.

"A streetlamp reflected in a puddle, with softly falling rain"
Oooohh..this is what we've been waiting for

I guess whatever Microsoft does, there'll always people complaining lol

This is what I paid $259 for? I get extras like motion background and poker? Wait, I didn't pay for the Ultimate edition. Seriously though, Microsoft needs to release stuff like this to all versions of Vista (at least those that support glass), and put more of an effort into the extras for ultimate. At the very least this should be standard on glass (disabled by default), a true VDM should be installed, and they should still provide Power Toys. They have just got to make a better effort...

Justification? You can do all of this on GNU/Linux and FreeBSD and you will soon be able to do this on Mac OS as well.