Subtly changes the color of the GNOME desktop over time. Subtly changes the color of the GNOME desktop over time ― so slowly that it won't be noticed. This is a good alternative to placing a wallpaper.
The program does have a minimal processor time consumption, as it sleeps most of the time and its computations are not complicated. In fact, GFloatbg doesn't change the color directly. It relies on Nautilus (or an equivalent application) to paint the background using the color set in a gconf key, which this program updates