Windows Wallpaper Rotator v1.0

I really like to find and use new wallpaper designs for my computer. About once a week or so I go out and hunt for new ones that I have not yet seen before. Having a lot of variety in my desktop background helps me keep things fresh. Nobody wants to look at the same desktop every day.

That is where the Windows Wallpaper Rotator comes into play. It is a freeware program that will help you use all those wallpapers you have found over the years. Here is what the folks behind the program have to say about it.

Specify a Windows directory full of JPG files that you want to rotate as your desktop wallpaper. You can have it rotate the wallpaper at regular intervals, like once a day for example.

The only “catch” I guess you could say that the program has is that it does require the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0. Once you get that out of the way though, it is a nice and simple program that gets the job done. If you want to configure it, it does have a system tray icon that is looking back at you all of the time.

So what are you waiting for? Put those wallpapers to good use, and sync them up with the Windows Wallpaper Rotator.

[10K] [Win98/ME/2k/XP] [FREE]

  • roving cowboy

    i do agree with wanting to change wallpaper i also want to change pointers and everything else just like the win98 themes use to do.

    only my sister wants to look at one wallpaper and nothing else. she also wants to cover 90% of that up with stuipd icons…..
    i did get her to use one which is from ms and it changes on a daily basis
    so the only reason to use any other one is that it might work on other then winXp only.
    your’s is not one i would use because it has that dot net crap i don’t like.

    i use the one that came with the ms download freebie of the 2004 or 2005 winter fun pack. (if they stuck that dot net crap in with out me knowing then i guess i am using it but i did not tell them to download it when i updated from ms update.)

    here is it’s name and a little about it.

    The Winter Wallpaper Changer brings the holiday season to your desktop in a dynamic and fun way!

    The Winter Fun Wallpaper Changer defaults to rotating a series of beautiful winter landscapes as seasonal wallpaper but is also fully configurable. You may select any folder of images to be used as wallpaper which changes periodically to keep the desktop interesting. The Wallpaper Changer also allows you to select one still image, preview images in various folders, view slideshows and have special wallpaper displayed on any day(s)you select.
    Note: This program works only with Windows XP or greater operating systems.

    get it with the free winter fun pack from microsoft.com/downloads.

  • adriaan

    Hello Mr. M. Keeler

    THIS IS ABOUT THE YESTERDAY’s SIMPLE BACKUP

    I mixed up two questions. This morning I found my note about
    the Simple Backup, whereas my note abt urnin a CD/DVD is still
    here.
    Sorry, a thousand apologies for this blunder. Shame on me !

    My question about BACKUP is abt restoration of WIN98SE
    In the recent past I got an error-message saying “Windows need to be installed again”. The only thing I could think of was to do
    a clean install (without updates) from the original Win98SE CD;
    the backup made by the program ffbackup remained unused.

    Your help will be appreciated.

    Regards,
    Adriaan

  • Matt

    FYI, it works on Vista as well.

  • http://mike.gocomusic.com Yatzin

    I think this one is ok. I made one that I feel is better and it is 100% free if you want (for VISTA)

    mike.gocomusic.com
    check it out!

  • Douglas Southcott

    You talk about the program on and on but WHERE THE $%&&&”& IS THE DOWNLOAD LINK???? C’mon all talk and no show bites big time….

  • http://wp3.lockergnome.com/nexus/scribblepinch/ Robert Glen Fogarty

    Umm, the download link is actually up there twice. From the text “That is where the Windows Wallpaper Rotator comes into play” and “[FREE].”

    See how they’re underlined and in a different color? There be links! That’s kind of how the Internet works.