Automate Changing Of Your Desktop Picture

Sleeping Cat Software has released a utility for automatically switching desktop pictures at preset intervals, DeskPictRotator Pro. As the name suggests, the program allows users to automatically change their desktop picture from a selected set at regular intervals. According to Sleeping Cat Software:

Sleeping Cat Software today announced the release of version 1.0 of DeskPictRotator Pro, its long-anticipated desktop picture program.

What is DeskPictRotator Pro?

DeskPictRotator Pro is a program for randomization of your desktop picture. It offers many easy-to-use features, including:

  • A sortable list of pictures, including thumbnail representations, file name, and screen positioning (such as centered or tiled).
  • Screen positioning set on a picture basis.
  • Drag-and-drop support for adding pictures (files or folders) to the list.
  • Simple picture list management.
  • Selectable change interval, in seconds, minutes, hours, or days.
  • Scheduling features, where you can choose the time during which pictures will be changed, with the option to treat weekends differently from weekdays.
  • Change the pictures randomly or in order (based on sort order in the main window).
  • Ability to change the picture immediately, or to set a specific picture.
  • Each picture can be located on any disk or in any folder.
  • Flexible picture preview generation, either automatic or manual.
  • Ability to stop changing pictures without quitting the program.
  • Internet link to find desktop pictures.
  • Multiple-monitor support (limited).
  • Balloon Help.

DeskPictRotator Pro offers a friendly, flexible way to have an ever-changing desktop vista. Use it as a "digital picture frame," displaying your favorite family pictures, or just enjoy a view of different beautiful landscapes as you work at your desk! The choice is yours!

DeskPictRotator Pro is available for US$10. You can find more information at the Sleeping Cat Software Web site.

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