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In Windows 7, there is a theme of wallpapers which will be alternated once a few minutes. For example, in the Control Panel » Personalize, I can choose the "Nature" theme, then the wallpaper will be changed once in a few minutes.

How can I do this in Windows XP, possibly with the help of some external tools?

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This question drifts into a seemingly endless list of answers. Have you tried to find some tools yourself? – slhck Jun 2 '12 at 8:16
Google is you friend try it search there. – avirk Jun 2 '12 at 10:22
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You should use some software to change you wallpaper automaticly, like Automatic Wallpaper Changer.
you can download it from here

But I didn't test it yet.

And some software to change wallpaper, are introduced here.

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I use DisplayFusion for that, among other things:

Configure the timer to have DisplayFusion change your wallpaper images automatically,

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I use Wallpaper Slideshow LT. It has many features and settings. Click on tray icon to change the current wallpaper.

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