About Webshots Desktop Lite
24 April 2000
Webshots Desktop Lite allows you to automatically place an image on your Desktop by selecting from thousands of full-screen color images in categories such as sports, scenics, wildlife, travel, 3D, and more on Webshots <http://www.webshots.com/>. Future Macintosh versions (simply titled Webshots Desktop) will include image management and collections, screen savers, and much, much more! The software includes an automatic Web updater for new versions. You can also share photos with friends and family through the Webshots Community.
Webshots Desktop Lite works with your web browser as a helper application. The application itself does not need to be actively running on your computer to function. Simply select an image from the Webshots web site, and your web browser will automatically open Webshots Desktop Lite, change your Desktop image, and automatically quit Webshots Desktop Lite for you.
NOTICE: We currently do not directly support the ability to save multiple Webshots images to your computer and switch between them. To change your Desktop image, you will need to download the image directly from the Webshots web site. For a work-around to this, please read the FAQ - a link file is included in the Webshots Desktop folder.
* Power PC Macintosh
* Mac OS 8.0 or greater
* QuickTime 2.5 or greater (is pre-installed with Mac OS)
* Appearance or Desktop Pictures Control Panel (is pre-installed with Mac OS)
* Netscape 3.x and 4.x, Internet Explorer 3.0 or greater, or any web browser which uses the Internet Control Panel or Internet Config (such as iCab)
For more detailed information on the System Requirement, please read the FAQ - a link is included in the Webshots Desktop folder.
During installation, Webshots Desktop Lite creates a Webshots Desktop folder inside of the Internet folder on your hard drive. The contents include:
Webshots Desktop Lite - The application.
Webshots Desktop Updater - Web-based updater that will allow you to download updated versions.
Webshots Desktop Installer Data - A temporary file created during the installation process that stores the installer package.
About Webshots Desktop Lite - This document.
FAQ (Read Me!) - A link to the Frequently Asked Questions / Support page for Webshots Desktop Lite.
Version History - A list of all changes to Webshots Desktop Lite by version number.
Installer Log File - A log of the installation process.
Support / How to Contact Us
Please read the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) - a link file is included in the Webshots Desktop folder. If the link file does not work, please visit <http://www.webshots.com/go?macfaq>.
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