"Tux, the Linux penguin, installed on your Windows desktop."
The competition has invaded your Microsoft operating system! The rivalry between Windows and Linux shows no signs of slowing down. So if you use Windows and have no choice, you might want to have Tux (for those who don't know, Tux is a penguin who is used as the Linux logo) running about your desktop and installed like he was in his own home. If so you don't have to do more than download and install this TuxWalk. As you might be able to gather from its name, TuxWalk is a simple animated penguin that walks across your desktop.
TuxWalk is not a serious piece of software! It pretty much does exactly what it says, and nothing more. There are no extras, hidden or otherwise. When the program starts you can click and hold on the penguin and drag it to anywhere on the screen. Tux doesn't do much else apart from sit in your taskbar and take a drink every now and then.
If you right click on TuxWalk you will open the contextual menu, which will offer you one or two options (and no more). The options are basically have the penguin walk over the top of everything else, or exit the program.