Kiwi Random Wallpaper is a small application that enables you to change your wallpapers regularly from a huge wallpaper database from the Internet. We have joined forces with WallpaperVortex.com, a big online wallpaper provider.
Apr 14, 2013 13:59:14
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Kiwi Application Restarter 0.9.1 Kiwi Application Restarter is a small utility that keeps your applications running. It is simple to use and resides in the notification area of your Windows. It can be set to start with the operating system and do its work in the background.
Description: Kiwi Random Wallpaper is a small application that enables you to change your wallpapers regularly from a huge wallpaper database from the Internet. We have joined forces with WallpaperVortex.com, a big online wallpaper provider, to eliminate the need to surf online in search for an optimal picture.
All you need to do is select a wallpaper category (or all) and get a random picture for your desktop.
You can even set an interval for the application to automatically change the wallpaper, style and desktop background color. Editing of wallpapers can be done with the build in image preview and edit: crop, rotate, flip, negative image, greyscale, set brightness, set contrast,...
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