- May 5, 2006
I know this can work along with displayfusion but I haven't tried it. Apparently wallpaper engine works as an overlay so will "overwrite" the displayfusion wallpaper(s). What I'm not sure about is how it works with multiple monitors. For example, with displayfusion you can set a different wallpaper for each monitor. You can also set each monitor to have a different wallpaper, and you can set the wallpaper to be a slideshow from various sources, free or otherwise.There was talk about OLED preservation and wallpapers.
I can absolutely recommend Wallpaper Engine. With that I made a playlist of a few hundred wallpapers (animated even) and they change every 2 minutes.
It also has the option to adjust the desktop icon opacity. I have it at 50% now.
It only costs a few bucks/euros.
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Displayfusion wallpaper sources you can use:
To be honest, even with all of the desktop real-estate I have, I usually have most of my monitors tiled with apps so while wallpaper is neat for posting pictures of my setup it's not that big of a deal day to day the way I actually use my current setup. I minimize all of my windows if I'm leaving the PC and the monitors eventually just time out on power saving. Having a slideshow kick on to help reduce oled burn in risk once I get an OLED as a gaming/media "stage" could be a good usage for cycling wallpaper on that monitor though, at least until windows 10 times out the monitor and puts it in standby. I'd still rely more on the OLED's own OSD screensaver or power saving timeout because PCs themselves can crash to a frozen screen or window, bios boot screen, etc. potentially even if that is a pretty rare fluke nowadays.