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Do You Know What Happened on This Day in History?
This Day in U.S. History, the latest CD-ROM disc from the Bureau of Electronic Publishing, Inc., is an amazing collection of over 500 years of events which have shaped our country's history. From the first sighting of land by Christopher Columbus in 1492 to the unprecedented murder trial of legendary football hero O.J. Simpson in 1995, thousands of events are catalogued both by year and by day, and hundreds are brought to life by moving photos and archival video clips.
An entertaining and informative screensaver brings 25 major events in U.S. history to your computer screen with full-color photos, and lists events that occurred on each particular day of the year. Make your own personalized birthday card with customized clip art provided on the disc. Let a special someone know their zodiac sign and birthstone, a special historical event which happened on their birthday and which famous celebrities share their special day.
Make all your birthday cards fun, informative and personalized
Print zodiac, flower and birthstone information, celebrity birthdays, and timely events
Choose from over 40 pieces of custom clip art to add to your birthday card
View a timeline of events covering hundreds of years of U.S. History
See videos, narrated slideshows, or pictures of events for each day of the year
Access up to 20 historical events that happened on each day of the year
Transform your screensaver into a visual tour of events that shaped the U.S.
Every day your screensaver automatically displays a list of events and celebrity birthdays for the day plus images of 25 major events in U.S. history
Each day view wide-ranging topics, including art, science, religion, wars, sports, politics, disasters, etc.
Requirements: 8-bit VGA graphics adapter running 256 colors, MPC-II or higher IBM compatible PC and a CD-ROM drive, 4MB RAM required (8MB preferred), Microsoft Windows operating system version 3.1 or later.
Note: For Compaq Presario users experienceing a General Protection Fault error: In Windows Setup, change the video display driver to Windows SVGA (640x480x256c) or SVGA as supplied on your original Windows 3.1 disks. Reboot system and try the applications again.
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