Assuming that you are not perplexed with the weird title of this post, I would like to introduce you to a tool which helps you download those amazingly beautiful wallpapers from National Geography. The wallpapers from National Geography fulfills your thirst for nature’s beauty which includes the mysterious underwater world or the serene sands of the Sahara or the lively snow-filled trees on the Alps.
This small utility helps you download all those wallpapers onto your desktop with ease. Being the largest non-profit scientific and educational institution of the world, National Geographic offers thousands of nice photos on geography, archaeology and zoology. Those wallpapers can be freely downloaded in the three resolutions 800×600, 1024×768 and 1280×1024.
Downloading many of those wallpapers manually can be quite a strenuous task considering the amount that is offered on the Nation Geographic’s website. The National Geographic’s Wallpaper Downloader automates the download for users who would like to download the majority or even all of the wallpapers that are offered on the website.
NatGeo Wallpaper Downloader snags every 2007, 2008, and 2009 wallpaper with point-and-click ease. Just download the app, point it towards the folder you want to download those wallpapers to, and let it rip. NatGeo Wallpaper Downloader is entirely portable, so you don’t need to install anything to use it and you can easily pop it on your thumb drive.
Note that, for some reason, the app doesn’t provide you with an option to select screen resolution for 2009 National Geographic wallpapers.