AutoWallpaper allows you to create different categories of wallpaper images and the ability to specify different categories to different monitors (on multi-monitor setups). AutoWallpaper can resize your images, add special effects, add borders and create subtle gradients behind the background that match the colours in the image.
Automatically cycle your wallpapers on startup, on program exit, every few minutes (up to 4 hours).
Easy to use interface.
Support for up to 10 horizontally aligned monitors.
Create any number of wallpaper categories.
Assign different categories to different monitors.
Add any number of wallpapers to each category.
Automatically change wallpapers at startup, on program exit, or specify a by minute change.
Change wallpapers sequential in order, or randomly.
Delay wallpaper cycling when your computer is busy (playing a game).
Resize smaller images to fit the screen, or resize proportionally.
Resize taking into consideration the size of the taskbar on the primary monitor or across all monitors (useful for Ultramon users).
Specify a width for small images so that AutoWallpaper doesn't resize them.
Specify the location of the wallpaper on the monitor.
Add a border around the image of a size and colour you choice.
Select a background colour or allow AutoWallpaper to create a gradient based on the image colours.
Support for misaligned monitors, i.e. where you have offset the displays slightly in Windows Display Options control panel.
Optional specify a folder so AutoWallpaper can automatically update its category listings.
Add stretched image as background and apply colour filter and/or special effects.
Apply color filters and special effects to main image
Picture-In-Picture - display smaller images over your main wallpaper.
Create entirely different profiles for each display
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