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Freeware (Free)
15.37 MB
Windows (All Versions)
FindMySoft Editor's Review
BioniX Wallpaper Changer - Set and manage multiple wallpapers on your desktop
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When overworked or overstressed, a good desktop wallpaper is perfect for calming you down. A short break, during which you lay back on your chair and admire the scenery on the desktop will always improve your productivity. With the past versions of Windows, we could only set a single wallpaper at a time. With BioniX Wallpaper Changer, you can set multiple images as your desktop background and set the time interval on which they will change. Before you start thinking that a similar feature can be found in Windows Vista or 7, you should know that BioniX Wallpaper Changer will give you a greater grip on this process.

Your system will not need too many resources in order to run this software due to its low requirements. It is compatible with operating systems from Windows NT to Windows 7 and it can be downloaded fast. The installation kit will take up 11.5 Mb of disk space and it features a standard wizard which will not hinder you with any additional settings or browser toolbars.

Like mentioned before, the program will change your wallpaper according to a time frame of your choosing. The interface consists of a control panel and a playlist beneath it. Images can be added in the playlist either by clicking an Add button in one of the top menus or by clicking and dragging them from an explorer window. After adding your files, you can click a Play button on the control panel and the images are placed on your desktop, according to the order they have been placed in the playlist. Besides the playback buttons found on the control panel, you can also find a slider for setting how many seconds, minutes or hours should the program wait until changing the wallpaper. The Panic button, also found on the control panel, can be considered a very useful feature by some people. If you have an inappropriate image on your desktop and someone walks in, the Panic button will immediately switch the image with something you can specify in the program's main settings panel.

The program has a built in image editor for basic adjustments or effects. You can access wallpaper options or general settings via navigation tabs, placed above the playlist. The program can be set to automatically enlarge small images or crop larger ones for a better fit. It will also auto detect if you are using two monitors and you can expand a wallpaper on both of them, clone it or place different ones on each of the monitors. There are other wallpaper related options to be found, like locking on a folder. If enabled, the program will monitor a specified folder and if you copy an image there, it will be added automatically in the playlist as well. All these options are separated, by category, under different tabs placed on the window's left edge.

The general settings are placed the same way as the wallpaper ones. These include launching the program on system startup, checking for updates, setting a low, normal or high priority for the software's main process and more. The image displayed by the Panic button can be specified from here by simply browsing for it. You can also set hot keys for displaying the next wallpaper in the playlist, hiding the desktop icons or the task bar and, of course, displaying the Panic image.

The software gives the user a better handle on how the wallpapers will automatically change. You can change the look of the images and the way they will be placed with a few simple clicks of the mouse. Although the free version has some limitations, you can still do a lot with it.

Adjustments can not be performed on individual images, but on the whole playlist.

With BioniX Wallpaper Changer's features, your desktop will always look good. You will have full control on how they will look or how they will be placed.

You can download BioniX Wallpaper Changer free here.
About the author: Frederick Barton
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BioniX Wallpaper Changer Editor's Review Rating
BioniX Wallpaper Changer has been reviewed by Frederick Barton on 22 Feb 2012. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated BioniX Wallpaper Changer 4 out of 5 stars, naming it Excellent
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