Desktop Wallpaper Manager Freeware
What is DesktopSlides ?
DesktopSlides is a light and user friendly desktop wallpaper manager for windows for automatically switching/changing your wallpaper to create an wallpaper slideshow feature for your desktop. You can set DesktopSlides to change your desktop wallpaper at a predetermined time interval (e.g. every 10 minutes) and customize the wallpaper position (tile, center, fit to screen) easily.
FreewareReal freeware, 100% free and 100% bloat free, no adware, toolbars, shareware or any other third party software embedded.
Light softwareRuns seamless on any PC capable of running windows XP or later.
System RequirementsWindows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10 (32 / 64 bit) | .NET Framework 4
Easy to use - Clean & user friendly interface.
64-bit software - runs in native 64-bit mode where available.
Live wallpapers(*) - Downloads and sets wallpapers from Top, Latest, Random, Category or Favorites gallery.
Folder monitoring automatic folder monitoring for wallpapers loaded from local folder ( renaming, removing or adding new wallpapers in selected folder doesn't require selection reload ).
Wallpaper filters - Load wallpapers filtered by your display ratio or resolution.
Shuffle wallpapers - Change wallpapers ordered or random.
Easy updates - Get notified when new version is available and update it with just a few clicks.
Cross compatible - All 32-bit & 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 are supported.
Changes in version 2.1
Tray icon click behavior can be changed to Single click/Double click mode.
Share wallpaper option is available when Live wallpapers feature is enabled.
Redesigned interface and icons.
Two new options for live wallpapers selection, Category & User Favorites.
Changes in version 2.1.1
Fixed a bug that was preventing the first shutdown command to complete under Windows XP.
* Live feature requirements and restrictions
Live feature requires internet conection and is limited to a download ratio of 8 wallpapers per day.
DesktopSlides requires only a few compute cycles when idle - 0 CPU load