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Windows 7 Logon Screen Rotator

Yesterday I wrote about Windows 7 Logon Screen Editor. Today I bring you Windows 7 Logon Screen Rotator. As the name implies, Logon Screen Rotator lets you not only change the Windows 7 logon background but also randomize it so that a new background is displayed every time you start your computer.

Windows 7 Logon Screen Rotator is a simple tool that anybody can use. Just right click on the initially empty window to add your favorite images. You can also add folders containing your images by clicking on the Folder tab. The “All Image” tab shows you the list of images which are currently in queue for rotation, while the “History” shows you the time and date when the background was changed and also the image applied.


The “Button set” tab lets you choose between three different button style – a feature we saw in the Windows 7 Logon Screen Editor too.

The “Settings” tab carries a few options where you can change the frequency of logon background change – everyday or on every logon. Other options include setting the size of history logs and reverting back to the default logon background.


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