Windows Logon Screen Rotator Specifications
Choose an unlimited amount of images and directories of images to change your logon screen to.
Windows 7 and Vista let users change the log-on screen's background image, and there's no shortage of free tools to make the job easier. Many such tools automatically resize images to fill the screen, a shortcoming that limits their usefulness with wide-screen displays. Windows Logon Screen Rotator not only offers Center and Fill settings but also randomly rotates an unlimited number of images as your Windows log-on screen.
Windows Logon Screen Rotator's interface is Spartan but attractively rendered, with three tabs: Images, Monitored Folders, and Settings. Aside from a Web link to the developer's site, the only other controls are buttons to view or change the current log-on screen image. Before we could change images, though, we had to add some, which we did by right-clicking the Images field and selecting Add Image from the pop-up menu. We browsed to a folder and imported several dozen images into the program, and then clicked the Settings tab. Here we could set the size of image previews (which required a reboot) and change interval as well as whether to stretch or center images. We selected Center and clicked Change Now. The program notified us of the change; when we clicked View, our first new log-on image was displayed, correctly oriented and undistorted, but unfortunately a bit too large, and the image was truncated at top and bottom. We typed in our password to test the new log-on screen, and our desktop reappeared normally; none of our open windows had been closed while the log-on screen was visible, and we lost no work.
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