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WallMaster is an automatic wallpaper changer for Windows. It is a free tool that operates from the system tray area and allows you to automatically change your wallpaper image on a timer or on every time you log on. There is also a Pro version with quite a few more settings, but we'll deal with the free version here.
WallMaster runs from the system tray, which is great, since you probably will never notice that it is running, except for when you see the wallpapers change. If you right-click on the tray icon, you can access the control panel. There, you can load BMP, JPG, GIF, PNG, TIF, PCX, TGA, and WMF images into a list. The wallpapers will be changed in the order established in that list every 10 minutes by default. You can change the timer to any value between 1 and 9999 minutes. Additionally, you can tell WallMaster to change the wallpaper every time the computer starts and to shuffle the wallpapers. This last option disregards the order of the wallpaper lists and displays wallpapers randomly.
There are quite a few options for displaying your images. They are the same options that you will see in your Windows wallpaper settings: tile, center, fit to screen. Also, you can change the color of the background to any color in the Windows palette.
All in all, this is a nice free tool that allows you to change wallpapers at intervals and manually from the tray area icon.
- It works well
- It is very easy to setup
- It has a nice interface