Combines and resizes two different images in order to generate a single picture that will be used as a wallpaper for multiple monitors
|Version||1.0.0 Build 1|
|Updated||Feb 20th 2014|
Skwire Empire N/A N/A
|Crack Size||450 KB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8|
Changing the wallpaper on a multi-monitor computer is a simple task, but placing different backgrounds on each monitor is a whole other story. Wallpaper Welder can give you a helping hand in this matter, providing you with a simple yet efficient tool that can generate multi-monitor wallpapers.
Wallpaper Welder automatically detects the resolution of each screen, displaying a box dedicated to every connected monitor. Using the right-click menu you can load any image you want for each screen, in JPG, JPEG, PNG, GIF or BMP format.
The advantage of this application is that it can take care of resizing and scaling the input pictures to match the given resolution, without you having to perform this operation manually. The created wallpaper can be previewed within its main window before applying the changes.
You can customize the wallpaper display mode by stretching the input images or centering them onto the screen. Furthermore, the application enables you to change the background color.
Accessibility is one of the application's advantages, as every option and function is one-click away, available in the right-click menu or the forthright toolbar.
When choosing a wallpaper for your multi-screen computer usually you end up having the same picture repeated on every display, unless it is a panoramic image that matches the added resolution of both monitors. The alternative is using an application such as Wallpaper Welder Crack, which can easily combine multiple pictures to fit each screen, regardless of their resolution.
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