Replace your static desktop wallpaper with your favorite webpage and watch it get updated in real-time without any action on your part
|Updated||May 30th 2015|
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|Crack Size||859 KB|
|Systems||Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8|
As the name suggests, WallpaperWebPage is an application that sets any web page as the wallpaper of your desktop. It can be seamlessly figured out, even by users with little or no experience in software programs.
At startup WallpaperWebPage creates an icon in the system tray area from where you can open the context menu to type in the URL to be loaded.
Changes are immediately applies to the desktop, as your old wallpaper is replaced with the new web page. However, all your desktop icons disappear.
Unfortunately, WallpaperWebPage Crack does not give you the possibility of accessing these shortcuts from the right-click menu.
On the other hand, it is possible to navigate the links of the web page in question. Last but not least, the program is capable of automatically running at system startup. In order to disable the application's status, you simply need to exit it.
WallpaperWebPage barely uses CPU and system memory, so it doesn't interfere with the runtime of other active processes. It has a good response time and works fine, without making the operating system hang, crash or pop up error notifications. Thanks to its intuitive layout and overall simplicity, first-time users can quickly learn how to work with WallpaperWebPage.
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