DeskFun

Personalize your desktop with images

Customizing your desktop with pictures of friends, family and other personal snaps is one way to feel closer to them during the working day. View full description

PROS

  • Allows you to make your photos float above everything else
  • Easy to use

CONS

  • Accessibility is a bit limited

Very good
8

Customizing your desktop with pictures of friends, family and other personal snaps is one way to feel closer to them during the working day.

DeskFun allows you to use your personal photos and images as desktop pictures. It offers support for transparency or animated GIFs and you can place the image either as your background or just a floating picture, which will always be there in the corner of your screen throughout the day. You may choose any number of pictures and resize each one as you like.

Unfortunately, the software only allows you to select one picture at a time which is a bit limiting. It would be better if you could select a series of pictures that DeskFun cycles through to add a bit of variation to things. Accessing it can be a bit confusing at first though, because DeskFun does not have a Dock icon or a menu bar. Instead, you have to access it via the main menu by holding down the mouse button over the Drop Window. However, from here DeskFun is very easy to use allowing you to make sure your favorite photos are always visible.

DeskFun is a simple way to ensure that your favorite photos remain visible on your desktop at all times.

Changes

  • Place pictures on the desktop or let them float above normal windows
  • Accepts any picture format supported by the OS
  • Supports pictures with transparency
  • Supports animated GIFs
  • Several different frames available
  • Manage multiple arrangements of pictures
DeskFun

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DeskFun 0.5.7

— User reviews — about DeskFun

  • kiwiibear

    by kiwiibear

    "pros and cons"

    its a good app although when computer restarts or shutsdown then need to reopen the app for the desktop background to sh... More.

    reviewed on October 25, 2014