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RGB Desktop Background Possible?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey everyone,


This might be a ridiculous question, but is it possible to have a RGB (color cycle) desktop background in Windows 10 instead of a static image?


I'm rather obsessed with RGB stuff and I recently started using the new Razer desktop background that was being displayed at CES - http://imgur.com/a/EtGCs


I thought it would be really cool if I could find a way to take that desktop background and make just Razer logo part of it continuously cycle through RGB colors.


Any insight would be appreciated.



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What I used to do was just use a simple image editor and change the color or tint of the image to different colors and then put it all into a folder (obvi not 16.8 million files, but enough) and set it to just cycle through these images.


Or look at wallpaper engine?

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