May 3, 2010

Change Your Windows 7 Logon Background In 1 Click

 In Windows Operating System there is no built in utility to change the logon background.That mean each and every times you turn or or off your pc you see same background.No doubt it is quite boring.So how to change it?There are so many utility software to do that. We often use tools like windows xp registry repair utility, windows configuration utility, windows cleaner utility to do this. But i find a really fine utility to do it. It only need 1 step to do it with graphical preview.Its Windows 7 Logon Background Changer 1.3.4

The Windows 7 Logon Background Changer application was designed to be a free open source software that lets you change the wallpaper of the Windows 7 login screen. It has been tested successfully with Windows 7 Final 7600. Its a wonderful windows configuration utility which has a very gorgeous interface.

What does it do?
- It does NOT change any system file, and the program itself does not requires admin rights to run (it will just ask you to run as admin a very simple cmd file that creates the required folder et registry key with the appropriate rights)
- It creates a few JPEG files based on the image you want to put as wallpaper for the Windwos 7 login screen, applies the appropriate cropping and sizing and saves them using the best compression quality possible.

File Information:
Developer: Julien MANICI
License: Freeware / FREE
Size: 717 KB

How To Use It:
>> The downloadthis windows configuration utility is a small zip file that contains an executable you can run from a flash drive, and also an installer in the Setup folder if you choose to install it.
>> After launching Background changer, you can browse through the standard Windows backgrounds to get an idea of how it will look.
 >> If you don’t want to use the standard Windows backgrounds, you can add your own folder of images.
>> After you’ve selected the background you want, click on the Apply button in the upper right hand corner. The windows configuration utility do the rest.
>> Click Yes on the authorization screen.
>> Click Yes to User Account Control if it comes up.
>> The wait a bit while the background is applied to your Windows 7 system.
>> There are some different settings you can select like resetting back to the default pictures folder, preventing other users from changing the background, and adjust shadows.
>> Now you can log off your Windows 7 to see how the new background will look when you or another user signs in.

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