Automatic wallpaper changer that comes with a host of transition effects, supports advanced technologies such as 3D perspective rendering and is very user-friendly
|Version||2.1 Build (1904.11)|
|Updated||July 8 2019|
gdiObjects N/A N/A
|Crack Size||7.3 MB|
|Systems||Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
If you keep the desktop a clean place, especially with no shortcuts, or completely hidden, you most likely place a cool picture in the background, or configure a whole slideshow. In case default Windows tools don’t provide enough flexibility, you’re sure to find all you need in applications like Perspective.
The first time you run the application you’re greeted by a wizard configuration process in order to pick the source of pictures, organize them in different categories, and choose how and when they appear on screen. You’re not forced to go on with the wizard, and can access it again later on for easy configuration.
Adding pictures is not a complicated process, especially since you get to work with folders. Categories can be customized, making it easier to only play a specific set of pictures in the background, according to mood or other factors.
The main window is pretty well organized, allowing anyone to quickly accommodate. There are numerous types of transition effects to choose from when setting up a slideshow, or you can just select Random and let the application choose for you.
Wallpaper settings can be managed for both portrait and landscape pictures. You can set position and style for each, as well as other options like scale, transparency, glass reflection, and custom border. The rest of the space can be filled with a single color tone, gradient fill, or a different picture.
All things considered, we come to the conclusion that Perspective Crack manages to live up to expectations, and greatly enhances the way you look at your desktop background from the first few seconds of use. Multiple ways of applying the wallpaper can be set apart from time, with different categories for new sets every time you feel like it.
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