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Once the file is downloaded, right click on the file and choose "extract all" and click "extract" from the window that pops up. This will open a new folder which contains the .scr file that you can right click on and choose install. You can then select the National Parks Conservation Association screensaver and adjust the timing and other options under "settings."

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