InterfaceLift is one of the most popular wallpaper websites on the Internet these days. The website is easy to navigate, provides wallpapers in many screen resolutions from standard resolutions to high definition and widescreen resolutions. Downloads are immediately accessible and most users agree that it is a very comfortable website with great contents.
Some users on the other hand like it ultra-comfortable. That is where the software program ILift comes into play. It is a download manager for wallpapers on the InterfaceLift website. It needs to be configured once so that wallpapers for the right screen resolution are downloaded by the application. The right screen resolution and aspect ration can be set in the options. This is also the location to set the download path for the wallpaper images and the sort order on the InterfaceLift website.
The last step in the configuration involves selecting the number of pages that the wallpaper downloader should crawl at the InterfaceLift website. The default value is that only the frontpage is crawled by the application. This can be changed to a greater value so that some or even all pages are crawled for wallpapers.
Setting the to value to 192 would crawl all pages that are currently available at the wallpaper site. ILift should work with all versions of the Windows operating system. It can be downloaded from Softpedia as no developer website is known at this point in time.
Update: The downloader has last been updated in 2009 which indicates that it has been abandoned by its author. More problematic than that is that the program is not working anymore. We have removed the download link from the site as it makes no sense to keep it up as it is unlikely that it will be updated ever again. Guess there is no other way than to visit Interfacelift manually to download wallpapers you are interested in to your computer.
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