XP Visual Tools
XP Visual Tools is a complete suite of Windows XP desktop enhancement that
designed to give your computer a more dynamic feel.
This is accomplished by changing your Logon screen that Windows XP comes equipped with,
changing you wallpapers and give to XP Menu and XP Taskbar a new look.
It eliminates the tiresome and potentially unsafe task of manually editing certain parts of
the Operating System by doing that changes with some mouse clicks.
XP Visual Tools provides fast and easy management\changing of multiple Logon screens and wallpapers,
and adding new look and feeling to menu, taskbar and old programs to help your computer come to life!
- Windows XP
- Pentium or similar processor
- 32MB RAM
|File Size:||1.59 MB|
|License:||Free to try, $9.85 to buy|
- XP Transparency
Is the first magic utility from XP Visual Tools pack, which takes advantage of the new features included
in Windows XP. Now you can reveal all that is hidden behind the Taskbar and Start Menu, by applying the
desired level of transparency to that ones. Enjoy your new transparent XP Start Menu and transparent XP Taskbar!
- XP Visual Style
Is a great option for making your old Windows Programs look great. It's easy and safe to use, it doesn't modify
in one or other way the processed file. It apply the look and feel of any Windows XP Skins (XP Themes) to old programs.
- XP Logon Screen
Gives you the opportunity to use multiple xp logon screens and automatically swapping between them at
specified interval. You can even preview your Windows XP Logon screen before selecting the one you want.
XP Visual Tools maintained a list of preferred XP Logon and sort them in alphabetic order or randomly by title.
- XP Wallpaper
Offers you a total and complete solution to manage all your wallpaper collections and automatically swap
between them at specified intervals. Your favorite Windows XP Wallpapers list can be sorted in alphabetical
order or randomly by title and you can preview any file before using it. It's as easy as can be to add a new
file to favorites list by drag & drop them from windows explorer.