Enhance your desktop with snapshot from cameras placed all around the world with the help of this lightweight software application
|Version||3 Build 100|
|Updated||Jun 13th 2014|
Shertek Software N/A N/A
|Crack Size||4.8 MB|
Since most people own a personal computer, the desktop has become a personal space. It can be fully customized with shortcuts, widgets and wallpapers to suit any taste. Deciding on the right picture to enhance your background with becomes time-consuming, but with the help of specialized applications like CamPaper this can be a problem no more.
You only need around 5 Mb of space on your hard disk drive to run the application and the amount of system resources used is not something to worry about. It runs in a pretty compact window, managing to include all available features.
The core function is to take snapshots from cameras placed all around the world and enhance your desktop with surprising constantly updating images. However, this considerably reduces quality, but if you're patient enough, some of the most stunning images can appear on your screen.
Several navigation options let you scroll through generated images. You can simply switch photos using the “Previous” and “Next” buttons, or choose to be surprised by a random pick.
Additionally, an integrated feature gives you access to a decent list of radio stations to listen to while enjoying views around the world from the comfort of your desktop.
Overall it may sound as a neat concept, but it gets a little difficult to use. The application comes equipped with hotkey support and it can spend most of its time hidden in the system tray. However, available key combinations only work while the main window is on top and even though pictures change automatically, you are not able to set the interval.
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that CamPaper Crack brings a neat concept on the block. It can keep your eyes glued to the screen for some time, wondering what comes next and from which country. It's only a pity the poor design keeps it from living up to its full potential.
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