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Publisher:
AlternativeRealities
Webpage:
www.arsoftware.co.uk
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Publisher Description
Calling all AutoWallpaper users I would like to put together a small gallery of desktops that are using AutoWallpaper. If you have a desktop style that you wouldn't mind sharing with the rest of the web then please send a screenshot (primary monitor only) preferably as a Jpeg to info@arsoftware.co.uk, along with your name and a few words about your choices. 17-Sep-2007
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AutoWallpaperCategory:  Desktop Tools » Themes & Wallpaper
Add a little variety to your desktop(s). AutoWallpaper allows you to create different categories of wallpaper images and the ability to specify different categories to different monitors (on multi-monitor setups). AutoWallpaper can resize your images, add special effects, add borders and create subtle gradients behind the background that match the colours in the image, and perform image filters.

AutoExtractCategory:  System Utilities » File Compression
AutoExtract 3 is the easiest way to decompress files you have downloaded from the internet. AutoExtract sits in your system tray watching your desktop (or any other folders) for new archives which are then decompressed it into a folder of the same name

AutoBackup2Category:  System Utilities » Backup & Restore
AutoBackup is a worry free backup application that sits quietly in your system tray watching a preset folder or folders for activity, once a file has been modified or created it is backed up to your chosen destination. AutoBackup supports delayed backups of up to 3 hours so that a backup is only made after x mins.AutoBackup can also create up to 9999 copies of each file ensuring that you always have a backup to go back to.

AutoExtract 2Category:  System Utilities » File Compression
AutoExtract 2 is the easiest way to decompress files you have downloaded from the internet. AutoExtract sits in your system tray watching your desktop for new archives which are then decompressed it into a folder of the same name