If you’re using a computer regularly, you’ve probably changed various settings and have personalised your desktop. There’s nothing worse than a vanilla workstation that has a standard version of Windows installed. Changing the desktop wallpaper or screensaver is first thing we’d do when personalising our PC. However, finding good, high quality images to use on your desktop though, can be laborious, and there never seems to be any good images available, and even when you eventually find one, it doesn’t take long to become bored and you want to swap. Doing this within Windows is more of a manual process.
Walyk Wallpaper Changer 1.2 is a simple tool that enables a user to automatically change their wallpaper based on a time frame. You can choose from weekly, daily or even every few minutes or hours. You can also use it to edit and resize images for use as a desktop background.
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