This official screensaver and wallpaper manager automatically sets a new Star Wars image as your desktop wallpaper each day. It resizes your images to fit any screen size. It looks sharp at 1600x1200. The screensaver includes hundreds of transitional effects, supports sound (WAV, MP3), and superimposes a monthly calendar over your wallpaper. It also underlays surface textures and sets your own JPEGs as wallpaper.
Is the Force not as strong as you want in your PC desktop? Maybe you need Star Wars ScreenThemes. It's a desktop wallpaper manager that displays a different high-resolution Star Wars image as often as every hour, automatically resizing it to your screen. The trial version comes with seven images, and many more image packs are available once you register. Star Wars ScreenThemes also comes with a slide-show screensaver, which displays your images along with musical accompaniment from one or more WAV, MIDI, or MP3 files you supply. A configurable desktop calendar rounds out the features. The program runs in the system tray and pops up with a right-click. It supports configurable hot-key commands and user ratings, so you can give your favorite images as much face time as you want. Extra image packs start at $4.50, and the quality is excellent. Jedi Knights, this is the wallpaper manager you're looking for.
"nice. but not free"
nice pics and supports wav and what not. nice looking and no bundles.
not free, it is trialware, nothing spectacular. the complete paid for package that it continuously asks you to purchase looks nice though.
Good images, easy to use
You have to pay for extra images, but the seven it comes with are fine.
"Good, not exactly free though"
Works great, and the daily rotating images are good for people who get bored with therir backgrounds. The ImagePacks that you buy afterwards are excellent quality, including some great Ralph McQuarrie art and matte paintings. Bulk discounts when you buy more than four Image Packs add value.
This is trialware, not freeware, and only comes with seven images. The pay-for-image packs are slightly over-priced and you have to buy them at least four at a time (about 18.00 for four image packs). And the installation and activation system ScreenThemes uses is beyond complicated and beyond annoying.
"a downloader absolument"
les image sont vraiment belles
pour les amateur de star wars
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