Create lists of your favourite desktop wallpaper, enabling you to easily select a different backdrop to your desktop whenever you like. The wallpaper can be changed manually, or set to change every 'x' minutes or hours, or even when you reboot/start your PC. You add image files to the list by using the "Add" tool bar button (or selecting "Add" from the "Images" menu). You can navigate to any folder on your hard drive and select one or more files to add to the list. You can change the order of items in the list by moving files up and down using the "Up" and "Down" tool bar buttons. To the right of the file name list is a preview area. Double-click on an image file name (in the list) to display a preview of it. The preview can be cleared by clicking on picture. Check the "Fit to preview window" box if you want to see the whole image stretched to fit the window, otherwise the image will be previewed in its actual size. You can the wallpaper on your desktop as and when you like, manually. Simply click on a file in the list and click the "Set" button. Alternatively you can use the "Next" and "Previous" tray menu commands. You can have the wallpaper change automatically every time you start/reboot your computer. In this instance, the program will remember which file in the list is being displayed on your desktop, and proceed to display the next file in the list when the computer is next started. If you click on any image in the list and click the "Set" button, the program will use that file onwards from then on. When the end of the list is reached, the program will start at the first file in the list. You can tell the program to display a new wallpaper picture ever 'x' minutes. In this instance, the program will remember which file in the list is being displayed on your desktop, and proceed to display the next file when the allotted time is reached.