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A recent AVG and Avast antivirus update is preventing DisplayFusion 9.9 from launching on some systems.
If you're running into this issue, please update to the latest DisplayFusion 10.0 Beta.

Scheduling Wallpaper Changes

When you've created multiple wallpaper profiles, you can associate them with monitor profiles, but you can also schedule times/events for their application. Follow the directions here to schedule your wallpaper profiles.
For best use of this option, two or more Wallpaper Profiles are needed.
  • Right-click the DisplayFusion tray icon and click "Desktop Wallpaper." You can also access this via the Options tab in Settings.
  • Click the Wallpaper Profile dropdown.
  • If you have two or more Wallpaper Profiles, continue to the directions below. Otherwise, create additional profiles before continuing.
  • On your computer, open the Windows Task Scheduler.
  • Click "Task Scheduler Library" in the left pane, then "Create Basic Task..." in the right pane.
  • In the wizard, enter a name for the task (For example: "DisplayFusion - Load Profile - Work"), then click "Next."
  • Select when you want the task to run, then click "Next." (For example: If you want to load the Sunrise profile every morning, choose "Daily.")
  • Choose the time you want the task to run, then click "Next." (For example: 8:40AM)
    Other options will alter or remove this step.
  • In the Action step, choose "Start a program," then click "Next."
  • In the "Program/Script" text box, enter the full path to DisplayFusionCommand.exe. (For example: "C:\Program Files (x86)\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusionCommand.exe")
    In the "Add arguments" text box, enter
    -wallpaperloadprofile "Profile Name"
    then click "Next." (For example: "
    -wallpaperloadprofile "Work"
  • Review your settings, then click "Finish."
To schedule additional Wallpaper Profiles, repeat the steps above. To schedule a Wallpaper Profile at random, see this guide: Randomly Load a Wallpaper Profile
Jul 13, 2015 (modified Aug 15, 2022)  • #1
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Garrett Carson1
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I tried this method with the settings > windows logon > "Use the current Desktop Wallpaper image for the Logon Background" checkbox checked. It does not update.
Jan 13, 2017  • #2
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on
@Garrett: I was able to reproduce that here and have added it to our list to fix up. Thanks!
Jan 13, 2017  • #3
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