Remember the Logon Screen Rotator, the tool which enables you automatically rotate Windows 7 logon screen background after every login or lock? As some of you know, Logon Screen Rotator is probably the only free tool available to rotate logon background picture.
Windows 7 users who have upgraded to Windows 8 and are missing the tool will be glad to know that Logon Screen Rotator has been updated to support Windows 8. Yes, Luke Payne, developer behind the Logon Screen Rotator has recently updated the program to add Windows 8 support. That is, with Logon Screen Rotator, PC users can now configure Windows to automatically rotate the the lock screen background picture in Windows 8.
Logon Screen Rotator is a free tool for Windows 7 and Windows 8 to automatically change the logon screen rotator after a specified interval. The current version of Logon Screen Rotator can automatically change the lock screen background at each logon, once a day, each computer lock, or each computer lock and logon. Users can configure the program to use images saved in a set folders or a bunch of their favourite images from different folders.
Upon launching the program for the first time, Logon Screen Rotator asks for your permission to use your images in the Pictures folder. If you don’t want to grant the permission to use your personal pictures or want to use images located in some other location, you can simply click No button to proceed.
Logon Screen Rotator is fully compatible with Windows 7 and Windows 8, both 32-bit and 64-bit systems. We tried the program on Windows 8 Pro (64-bit) machine and can confirm that it works as claimed. If the program doesn’t change background automatically for the first time, we suggest you perform a system reboot.
Another good news is that the developer of the program is working hard to include web images support. That is, starting from the next version, you would be able use pictures from popular image hosting websites without having to manually download them.