Easily rotate through images with this neat little desktop wallpaper manager. WWPlus32's cluttered configuration interface isn't user friendly. Luckily, most won't spend extensive time using it. Simple enough for novice users, the program contains enough features to satisfy experienced users looking for a robust utility.
Operating WWPlus32 is primarily click and choose. Testers liked that the app could mix multiple image formats from BMP, GIF, ICO, JPG, PCX, PNG, TGA, to TIF. Users build sets of images using the familiar file tree browser. Multiple sets are easily managed as separate queues. Start a queue and the program automatically changes wallpaper at a user-specified interval. It's easy to add sound effects to each wallpaper change, or open an image in the system's default editor. The utility adds three icons to your taskbar to clear the desktop, change the wallpaper, or set the timer. Hot keys are also available for keyboard masters.
There is nothing outstanding about WWPlus32, but it is a solid utility that uses little system overhead. Any user who likes to often change desktop wallpaper should give this program a test.
WWPlus32 is a wallpaper manager. Images for wallpaper may be in JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP, ICO, TGA, PCX, or TIF formats. You can associate WAV files with individual images. Multiple lists of images in any directory may be maintained and selected. You can also change the wallpaper at startup and/or at intervals from 6 seconds to 999 minutes. Several function icons can be put in the system tray, including wallpaper timer on/off, immediate wallpaper change, and instant clear screen. Another icon can be used to turn the screensaver on or off, and the program offers hot-corner instant-on support for any screensaver. Version 4.04 includes unspecified updates.