DeskScapes 8.00 available for download

DeskScapes enables users to customize their PC wallpapers and screensavers with pictures and video to create visually stunning results. Featuring an all new user interface and support for Windows 8, DeskScapes makes it easy to apply special effects to any wallpaper with just a few clicks.

DeskScapes includes DreamMaker, which enables users to design their own animated wallpapers called Dreams. Users may also choose from the many Dreams available from Stardock's WinCustomize.com community. DeskScapes 8 also supports displaying different wallpapers on multiple monitors.

DeskScapes 8 is available as a free 30-day trial and can be purchased for only $9.99.

DeskScapes 8 features:

  • Windows 8 support (Windows 7 also supported)
  • Windows 8-ready Dream Library on WinCustomize
  • Customize desktop wallpapers with animations and effects
  • Apply any Dream as your PC screensaver
  • Apply over 40 special effects to your wallpapers
  • Support for custom wallpapers on multiple monitors
  • And more!

DeskScapes 8 is available as a free 30-day trial and can be purchased for only $9.99.

Report a problem with article
Previous Story

Microsoft plans to keep an (official) lid on Windows Phone update news

Next Story

Bill Gates is still rich, takes the number 2 spot in the world

5 Comments

Commenting is disabled on this article.

Love this software, got it for free since they never charged me....

Uses less than 1MB in RAM and a little in cpu power.

I've never understood animated wallpapers on any device. Seems like a distraction and a total waste of device resources.

Just a waste of system resources, as you said. It just seems like a quick and easy money grab. The only people I know of that use these types of programs, are either the elderly or non-technical-savvy people. Also, I see it when people keep the bloat ware that comes with new PC's.

It is just like a fancy phone case that sacrifices functionality. Some people are ok with that. I have a live wallpaper on my phone, it doesn't take up much resource - I explain it away by considering that my phone doesn't need two cores as much as it doesn't need a live wallpaper.

matt4444 said,
Just a waste of system resources, as you said. It just seems like a quick and easy money grab. The only people I know of that use these types of programs, are either the elderly or non-technical-savvy people. Also, I see it when people keep the bloat ware that comes with new PC's.

Hey! I quite enoyed dreamscene in vista and the hack for 7 (doesn't work for win8 ). Although I used simple ones, but it did add a nice effect to my taskbar and seethrough windows and for resources.. its only playing a mp4 file on repeat. Not sure about deskscapes, but dreamscene disabled itself when the used resources where required by another process. No real waste of resources.