Well after some use earlier today, I don't really care for this. It's a mixed up app with options that don't seem to work correctly. Also, it was easier to simply change wallpaper from my properties using XP's default method. There are numerous other wallpaper changers or handlers out there, this is not one I care for. Why it wouldn't list some walls that were in the correct folder was beyond me, they were all correct formats and Windows used them just fine through normal way of changing background. Seemed buggy to me.
I have a problem that program doesnt save settings. It puts back option "use timer" on every start up although i have checked it off. It also adds some photos into wallpaper list without that the photos are in the folder where other wallpapers are. Some of these it has added as multiple times. But otherwise its good looking, versatile and easy using program.
This did take a few moments to get familiar with. At first I didn't like the fact you had to have your wallpaper in the application subfolder in Program Files (default) but then I realized it was probably a good idea. I don't understand this play list of wallpaper business. I just wanted to open a folder of wallpapers and use them. I don't like the fact you seem to have to restart the program for your changes to take place. Overall a good program that could use some tweaking like subfolders of different themes to ease of use. For now, I will put all the wallpapers I want in one big folder. Also, I encountered an error message upon reboot that makes me rethink about using this piece of software.
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