Windows 95 Logos-Half Dome
Windows 95 has three Logo files used in starting and shutting down Windows.
These can be replaced by the user with whatever they want as long as it
fits within the required parameters. I created three logos for my own use
and you might like them as well. Here's a description:
Due to Windows 95 limitations on logo files, none of the pictures will
look "sharp" (yell at Microsoft if you don't like it). I chose to use grey-scale
instead of color since the resulting pictures are more clear. Enjoy.
Logo.sys (start up screen) is a grey-scale picture of the northwest face
of Half Dome as seen from Yosemite Valley. It has the words "Go Climb A
Rock!" overlaid in the sky area with animated shades of grey. (See the
small picture below for the approximate view.)
Logow.sys (shutting down wait screen) is a grey-scale picture looking
down the northwest face of Half Dome from above the regular route.
It has the words "Wait for a belay!" overlaid in white.
Logos.sys (ok to shut off screen) is a grey-scale picture looking up from
the base of Half Dome at the regular route. One can barely make out a climber
(limitations of the logo files resolution) getting ready to rappel off
the top of the first pitch. The words "OK to go climbing!" are overlaid
in light gray.
Download Ron's Logos
to Ron's Climbing Page.