|03 Dec 2009||#1|
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Detecting the desktop background has changed
RE :- Detecting the desktop background has changed
Is there a way to detect the background on a desktop has changed either by the user or by a theme, either via Powershell or inside the Task Scheduler.
Reason :- I wish to trigger a task after each change of the background, 'BGINFO' so it then tags the background with current computer data.
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