Allows user to customize the desktop background on Windows 7 computers
Windows 8 / Windows 7
Starter Background Changer is a software program that is designed to address the limitations of Windows 7 Starter Edition in which users experience issues with the inability to customize the desktop wallpaper. Users who prefer a significant amount of individuality in the visual presentation of their system can become frustrated by the limited themes and the lack of customization capacity on the Windows 7 Starter Edition. The starter Background Changer works to provide more expansive options — allowing for more comprehensive customization.
The installation process is simple and to the point. The download can be ran in the background while other tasks are performed on the computer.
Once the Starter Background Changer has been downloaded, you will find that the program is simplistic in its design, making it easy to use while remaining highly effective. One of the most frustrated things for users is to encounter software that is so crowded and disorganized that the process of use becomes too complicated to make using the program worthwhile. The Starter Background Changer program is simple and the user interface is clean, organized and intuitive, making it easy for users to jump right in and begin customizing their backgrounds.
On your desktop menu, you will find a new command entitled "Personalize" that allows you to right click your way directly into the program to start the customization process. This program does more than allow you to choose and customize a new wallpaper theme, it also has the capacity to allow you to manage and customize three additional elements of your operating system: colors, sound and screensavers. The added functionality creates the potential for a high level of flexibility is setting up these different elements
Although Starter Background Changer is easy to use, there are some slight issues with translation. The installation process has not been translated as all. This does not seem to create too much of an issue, but it is definitely worth noting.
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