How to use a Screensaver as Wallpaper in XP

Bored of same old static desktop wallpaper? I guess it’s time to get it into life. So, how about setting a screensaver as your desktop wallpaper? Good idea isn’t it? By default there’s no such option to set a screensaver as wallpaper in XP. But don’t worry, there’s a software known as Vital Desktop which does the job. Here’s how you do it:

Download Vital Desktop and install it.
Now double click on VDConfig.exe to start the program.
Choose a screensaver of your choice and apply it.
Right click on desktop and go to Vital Desktop> and check the option “Enable Vital Desktop”
You can also check the option “Load at windows startup” option from the System tab to start it when Windows starts.

Download Vital Desktop

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