An intuitive program that helps you download images, change your desktop wallpaper at a user-defined time, as well as perform editing operations
|Updated||Oct 5th 2014|
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|Crack Size||1.5 MB|
Kiwi Random Wallpaper is a lightweight Windows application whose purpose is to help users download various images from a large database and change their desktop wallpaper at a user-defined time.
It sports a clean and intuitive interface that allows you to select between different categories, such as Cars, Cartoons, Celebrities, Digital Art, Military, Music, Photography, Space, Sports, Travel, TV & Movies, Video Games, and Miscellaneous.
The program gives you the possibility to download wallpapers randomly from the database, set the current image as your wallpaper, and save it to your computer to JPG, BMP, or PNG file format.
What’s more, Kiwi Random Wallpaper features editing capabilities for helping you crop the photos, apply special effects (e.g. negative, grayscale), as well as adjust the brightness and contrast.
Additionally, you are allowed to undo your actions, flip or rotate the pictures to different angles, view the recently accessed photos displayed in a thumbnail list, as well as open the saving directory directly from the primary panel.
Other notable features worth mentioning are represented by the possibility to select the wallpaper size mode (scale, stretch, crop), pick the desktop color, as well as change the wallpaper at a user-defined time.
Last but not least, you can make the utility run at Windows startup, choose the default saving directory, and download photos with different resolutions.
All things considered, Kiwi Random Wallpaper Crack offers an intuitive layout, a handy set of parameters, and excellent image quality. Thanks to its intuitive layout, it is suitable for all types of users, regardless of their experience level.
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