Lacey Wallpaper SlideShow 1.1
The ultimate in Desktop WallPaper SoftWare
Lacey WallPaper randomnly selects a picture you've moved to either the "WallPaper" or the "New" directory, fits it to your screen, and changes it every 45 seconds (or any time period you stipulate) like a permanent slide show of your favorite pictures.
It does the same with a smaller picture in the left hand upper corner, which you can set to appear anywhere on your screen, and at any different size. It also alternates between pictures in the "Wallpaper" and pictures in the "New" directory, so you always see your latest pictures at least 50% of the time, until you move them to the "Wallpaper" directory and add more recent pictures.
Tired of all those pictures being hidden away forever on your computer, never to be seen again except when you make a conscious choice to physically sit friends down and bore them to tears, agonizingly holding them captive and flipping through all those horrendous and embarrassing pictures you wish you'ld never taken and nobody would ever see, but never have time to delete, just to get to the ones you do like, that is, if you manage to find them in the first place? And then finally finding them and having to go through 40 mouseclicks just to somehow resize them properly for your screen.
I wrote this program because I searched for it everywhere, and never found it. It's great for your normal Desktop or Laptop screen, but works better still when you set up a second flat screen like a picture or painting on your wall or hearth, constantly changing so you never forget those pictures you adore, and so you banish to oblivion forever those ones you despise, whether your pictures number 20, or 20,000. Believe me, I know from experience. Nothing makes you forget the hard day at work, the parking ticket cop, the ex, the annoying bills, or any other number of aggravations or unpleasantries than a constant, unobtrusive slide show of your favorite children, people, pets, places, interests or landscapes. I'm not making any promises, but it wouldn't surprise me to learn that a program like this adds at least 10 years to the average lifespan. It certainly helps me.
Another great aspect of it, as with anything, is it's simplicity. No complicated setup screens, and no complicated searches through thousands of jpegs and bitmaps, in addition to extremely low memory usage. Just drag and drop, or right click on your favorite pictures and on "send to," usually as you're putting them on your computer for the first time, and that's it. What little configuration is necessary or desired is done from the TrayIcon.
This program is a must for anyone who has a computer, more than one picture, and a heart to feel or a brain to think.
And it's only 19.99, a small price to pay for peace of mind and memories.
Download the DemoVersion with a limit of 30 pictures, and update immediately anytime you wish. It will run as the full version for 2 weeks. If your payment is received within that 2 weeks, we will eMail you a key for the full version. If not, it will automatically revert to the Demo version.
Absolutely guaranteed free of any advertising or spyware whatsoever (there's no such thing as free software). And -- an uninstall of one of our programs is a complete uninstall, period, guaranteed.
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