Desktop Wallpaper Changer - Frequent Asked Questions
How to use it FAQ
Yes. The Lite edition of BioniX Desktop Wallpaper Changer is absolutely free.
How to use it FAQ
If you want to delete an image (wallpaper) just right click on that wallpaper and a pop-up menu will appear. In this menu choose 'Physically remove'. In addition, you can use the keyboard shortcut (Control+Delete). You can instruct BioniX to delete that file to Recycle Bin (can be undone) or to nowhere (cannot be undone).
My obsolete wallpaper changer software can only change the wallpaper at 15 minutes interval. Can BioniX Desktop Wallpaper do better than that?
Yes. BioniX Desktop Wallpaper Changer can change your desktop wallpaper even once per second if you want it so! If you think is too fast try a higher value, like few days :) BioniX's timer is very flexible and easy to use. Most existing programs can change the wallpaper only at fixed intervals of 15, 30, 45 and 60 minutes. We laugh at them :)
You are not using the best resampler.
Sure. BioniX Desktop Wallpaper Changer needs only 2-3MB or RAM and no CPU when idle.
Next version will have an embedded image downloader, called Web Stripper that will allow you to download all images from a web site. In addition, we plan to add a P2P module (like Napster) for exchanging wallpapers with others.
Indeed 90% of existing wallpaper changers are so called "freeware" but actually they are loaded with all kind of crapware. BioniX Desktop Wallpaper Changer exists since 2000 on the Internet and it has an immaculate reputation. Please read more about spyware here.
RC = Release Candidate which means that a software is between Beta and Final Release stage. Some features may not be fully tested or operational. Therefore, you may see some features grayed out, especially if you run the program under the BT (beta tester) flag. This is not because your key does give you access to those features but because they are not ready yet (proposed features, under construction features, beta features, obsolete features). You will have full access to those features in the final version. All updates will be available for free.
Sometimes BioniX Desktop Wallpaper Changer has problems rendering large wallpapers. This happens if the computer was not restarted for many days (you used hibernate/sleep instead of shutdown/restart).
Sometimes rare BioniX Wallpaper Changer tiles all the wallpaper even is the Tile function is not active. A MS Windows problem prevents BioniX Wallpaper Changer from setting normal wallpaper.
You can fix this from inside of BioniX Wallpaper Changer by pressing the Reset wall coordinates button in the Settings - General tab. After you press this button you MUST RESTART THE SYSTEM, not only BioniX.
Windows XP prevents BioniX Wallpaper Changer from showing correctly the vertical tabs. On Windows XP, vertical tab alignment is not supported if the control is themed.
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