You can do the same thing for free with any movie file you want... a quick search at MacUpdate or Google will show you the way.
That being said, I've tried it - found it to be a resource hog, and quickly disabled it. Keep in mind that I'm working on large image files and often have the entire Adobe Creative Suite open all the time, so the average Web surfer, emailer and offic app user probably won't have an issue with speed hit.
Very nice app, and a great idea though.
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I checked the ram and cpu usage and then turned it off and saw a change in ram usage. I tried it several more times and saw no change from what I was using before I installed it. Of course I have 8 gigs installed so maybe that's why it doesn't affect me. Oh well I like it as it's very restful. If it's a ram hog for others then they should either remove it or get more ram. Of course if it doesn't improve your user experience by all means feel free to discard it. I just thought some folks might like it.
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