With Windows 10 from a company Microsoft, you have an almost unlimited number of free, open source and paid applications to customize the appearance of the operating system.
And in this article, we share a list of free and open source tools to change desktop background animation when moving the cursor, add widget support, and more.
Free tool It is open source for customizing the Windows 10 desktop and older versions, and you can use this open source tool to change the look and feel of the Windows desktop using tools such as: clock, grid, and more.
And with Rainmeter, you can use the desktop as an application rather than just a place to open the Start menu, search, and applications.
For example, the Windows 10 Virtual Desktop Package allows you to monitor network speed across the desktop and access the Google search bar.
Rainmeter is a background-based tool that you can download various shapes and layouts created by Rainmeter users at http://www.rainmeter.com/ forum.
Open source tool Lets you convert video, GIF and HTML animations into Windows 10 desktop wallpaper.
The experience is similar to live android wallpapers, the wallpapers pause playback when you launch an app in full screen mode to reduce memory usage.
With this application, you can define the following formats as Laptop backgrounds:
- the video.
- Internet pages.
- The video broadcast.
- GIF animation.
The app also lets you set WebGL interactive wallpapers, powered by Chromium Engine, andIf you are interested, you can Download The app from Github.
In Canary releases, Microsoft is testing a new feature called Web widgets,As the name suggests, the tool allows you to install Chromium Edge WebView-supported widgets over the desktop.
Currently, you can only install the MSN News widget over the desktop, so the widget floats on top of other applications.
The widgets also work when you close Microsoft Edge, while allowing them to run in the background.
And theThe tool is powered by your Microsoft account and displays weather forecast, headlines, sports, and financial information.
Microsoft is currently testing the Web Widgets feature, and if your browser is included in the test, you should be able to access the widgets from the Microsoft Edge menu via Windows 10.