Have your desktop background image manually or automatically changed from time to time with the help of this lightweight application
|Updated||May 20th 2014|
Dmitry Belyakov N/A N/A
|Crack Size||1.6 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit|
Each desktop is fitted with an image that represents the one using it. However, you can get bored of the same wallpaper and might consider changing it from time to time. Luckily, applications such as SwapWall give you the possibility to skip the decision making process and automatically change the image on your background at given intervals of time.
The first thing you notice when launching the application is the modernly designed interface. Colors seem to blend in perfectly with provided buttons and the centered preview section. Accessing the “Manager” lets you import desired images to apply as background, and can be JPG, PNG or BMP. These are added manually or by selecting a folder that contains pictures and have them enlisted in the main window.
To give you a little sense of control, the application's implemented hotky support allow you to manually change the background with the next image on the list or a random one. Furthermore, the process can be automated and set to switch between pictures at given time intervals.
Moreover, an option lets you set the application to run at startup and have the image changed when it runs. Unfortunately, there are no alignment options available in case a desired picture does not perfectly fit on your desktop.
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that SwapWal is a neat application to have around when you just can't decide what picture best suits your desktop. On the visual side it's flawless, but with very little customization options or functions with which to enhance pictures. Overall, it makes for a good utility that can get the job done even from the system tray.
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