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Wallpaper Auto Change

I'm sure there is a program that will do exactly what I am wanting that I just haven't come across yet, but what I need is a program that will let me put Windows background images in a folder and automatically change the background for me every day randomly. I've searched through windows pretty thoroughly and I don't think there is a setting for this. If someone knows how this is done, please let me know. Thanks!

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Google it... 'wallpaper changer' ... BUT many of

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them contain ADWARE/SPYWARE, so look carefully...

One other thing, Why you need a wallpaper changer or wallpaper in this matter?

Your computer is to expensive for a slide show display....

My opinion.. You can enjoy your wallpaper and/or screen saver, ONLY if you don't use the computer...

Just to remind is a lot more fun out there than just watching your monitor.

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Try the virtual desktop manager

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Wallpaper Changer

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Microsoft has a wallpaper changer that came with there Winter Fun Pack 2003 .It's free and the one I am using to change my wallpaper every day.

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Re: changer

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You could try Winwall or Wallmaster...both free with no spyware I have found, I personally prefer Winwall, it provides more options and tweaks ... find'em both with Google.
Good luck


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