If you are a proud owner of a shop or a multi-monitor system, you may eventually want to use your monitors to decorate your display case or workplace. A single panoramic screensaver or synchronized switching of several wallpapers would be ideal for a vivid demonstration, but setting it up using standard OS means is quite problematic, if not impossible. If you would like to breathe new life into your array of monitors, add AutoWallpaper to your collection and enjoy the show!
AutoWallpaper was primarily created for users of multi-monitor systems and supports up to 10 horizontally aligned monitors at the same time. You can create and manage individual wallpaper categories for specific monitors, make the software slow down wallpaper cycling under load, resize wallpaper images the way you want and specify their position on the screen if they are larger or smaller than the desktop. Additionally, you can create separate effect profiles for specific monitors, apply up to 14 effects to your wallpapers (grayscale, sepia, blur, sharpen, smooth and others) or simply use the powerful FX library for a quick wallpaper makeup!
The Windows Plus Edition includes the screensaver module, which allows you to create a random slideshow from your wallpaper categories. If you are looking for an elegant way to run customizable slideshows and synchronously change wallpapers on multi-monitor configurations, make sure to give AutoWallpaper a try!
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