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Description: Desktop Randomizer 2.0 is a Wallpaper and Screen Saver changer program that automatic randomize Windows wallpapers and screen savers in a specified period of time or at Windows startup. Whether you have a growing archive of images on your hard disk from you digital camera or an archive of images downloaded from Internet, Desktop Randomizer is an excellent tool for you to enjoy your images while you are working and to make the Windows desktop nice-looking and permanently randomize within your collection.
Desktop Randomizer is very easy to use, after installation simply select screen savers to randomize and add images to the wallpaper list, it can be whole folders or single files. All settings (wallpapers & screen savers) can be setup within the program, every single wallpaper can also have their own settings to display like: tile, stretch & center, it can't be any easier.
Desktop Randomizer supports most popular file formats like bmp, jpeg, png, pcx, gif, tga, while most other similar programs only support bmp & jpeg files. And each and every wallpapers can be previewed and setup within the Desktop Randomizer interface.
Screen Savers can be randomized by selecting the screen savers with a few mouse clicks in a list where all your installed screen savers are listed, you can set up the properties and preview each and every screen savers directly within the Desktop Randomizer interface.
Desktop Randomizer is the ultimate wallpaper and screen saver changer for Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP, it is even 100% compatible with limited user accounts on Windows 2000 & XP.
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