Do you really love that boring Windows «desktop» concept? I personally don?t. Even if I could believe there were desktops in size of a stool, I still wouldn?t believe that a handful of icons are the only things I could place on my desktop. I want some more of dynamics, I want some more of information, and I want some more of beauty, after all!
If you feel yourself the same way I do, I can show you a cool thing, the Active Desktop software (don?t mix up with the Windows Active Desktop concept). It can do a great thing for you fill your desktop with mi-ra-cu-lo-us dynamic paintings.
There are three totally different variants of desktops. One of them is the «clock», with a screen-wide clock-face and hands running around it; the icons are arranged alongside the perimeter of the clock, and also can run around with speed you set for them (0 (default) stands for the static icons). The second desktop variant is cosmos-themed «InfoStar», looking like an oblong viewing port, with icons arranged under and above it and flickering stars on the black sky. The third variant is the «FairyLand».
All of these variants have additional action buttons on the desktop, alongside the icons; such as «Start», «Shutdown» or even «Empty Recycle». So, Active Desktop is the «patented» remedy for making your desktop active and beautiful.
Active Desktop Wallpaper 1.1 Transform your desktop to an exciting picture gallery. Three wallpaper change modes available: manual, cycling or around-the-clock list. Create list of wallpapers easily, add
ClockWallpaper 22.214.171.124 Did you ever think of nice-looking clock on your desktop? Please take a look at the screenshot to see what kind of clocks you will have. ClockWallpaper - clock and wallpaper for
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