Wallperizer Is A Desktop Wallpaper Changer With A Twist
Wallperizer is a portable and Open Source desktop wallpaper changer for the Microsoft Windows operating system. It can automatically change wallpapers based on your preferences. You can add one or multiple folders that contain wallpapers to the program on startup or in the options anytime thereafter. The program picks images from those folders and sets them as the new desktop background on the system.
You can change the interval in which you want wallpapers to change on your system. This ranges from changing wallpapers every hour to longer intervals, for instance once per day instead or even randomizing the interval if you prefer to be surprised.
The program can resize images automatically based on what you tell it to do with images that are too large or too small to fit the computer screen. Another option that you have in regards to manipulating images is to configure the program to normalize the brightness or gamma level of images that are loaded as wallpapers.
More interesting than the previously mentioned options that are more or less integrated in most wallpaper changers are the following features: Wallperizer can display a calendar on the wallpaper. The calendar can be defined in detail including its position and level of detail.
This calendar might be interesting for users who would like to see these information on their desktop without having to use a desktop widget or software that is displaying it.
The calendar cannot display customized date or synchronize date with other applications. Users who are interested in downloading the application can do so at the developer's website. The program is fully compatible with all recent versions of the Microsoft Windows operating system including Windows 7 and 8. There is even a version available for really old Windows versions like Windows 98 or ME.Advertisement
Interesting looking program, sadly no support for dual monitors
Good Program! Is there something similar for screensavers?
Though it would be useful so installed it, not what I wanted, so I tried to deinstall it. Problem – it kept reappearing on reboot, I had full Admin privilages and I still could not delete files & directories. Eventually had to use Safe Mode to remove files & dirs, then cleaned out the registry – most free file killers couldn’t touch this! If you like it OK, but be aware removal is a pain.