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Publisher: Desktop3D

OS Support: Win7 x32, WinVista, WinXP

License: Freeware

Date added: 24 Oct 2011

Last Update: 23 Oct 2011

Size: 1.2 MB

System Requirements: No special requirements.

Available Translations:
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Version History:
Version 2.0 added on: 24 Oct 2011

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Desktop3D is an add-on for your operating system that will revolutionize the look of your Desktop. This software will change your icons and wallpapers and add more attractive animated elements.

Desktop3D will incorporate a series of large and high quality icons to make your shortcuts more visible and user-friendly. The included gallery has more than one hundred replacements for icons of popular programs such as Mozilla Firefox, Winamp and WinRAR.

Also, Desktop3D will add animated wallpapers to your Desktop, to give it a more dynamic and attractive look. So, you’ll have a recreation of the ocean, some raging flames and a quiet rainy day with which to decorate your monitor.

Add to this that the software uses very few computer resources and you’ll understand why you must try Desktop3D if you're a looking for a new look for your Desktop.

Pros:

  • Great number of icons
  • High quality objects
  • Animated wallpapers

Cons:

  • Few options

Limitations of Desktop3D:

  • 10-day trial
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