The implementation of the automatic wallpaper change that appeared when Windows 7 was launched has been one of the customization elements that has most caught the attention of the users. And now thanks to Wallch you will be able to do the same with your Ubuntu desktop.
Very easy to use
Wallch is an extremely easy-to-use application, because you will only have to choose the photos that are going to be used or indicate the folder from which the photographs have to be taken for the application to start working.
The options offered by Wallch are scarce, but they perfectly cover the purpose of the application, because it allows us to establish the time period after which it will change the desktop wallpaper, and to modify two parameters:
- To carry out the image changing process randomly.
- Change the image every 2 to 20 minutes without specifying any fixed time period.
As well as its main purpose, Wallch (Wallpaper Changer) will allow you to take screen captures (with the same functions as those included in the screen capture application offered by Ubuntu) and to take photos using a webcam.
Therefore, if you want to make your desktop wallpaper change periodically without having to worry about it, you will only have to download Wallch, it's free.