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How To Change The Wallpaper In Windows 7

Posted by computerglobe on April 17, 2010 at 11:50 PM

        OK, one of the most noticeable changes in Windows 7 is the desktop background switcher.  In Windows Vista, XP, 2000, 98, ME, 95 and so on all you have is a boring background that you choose to be on all the time.  Yes, you can change it whenever you want but, wouldn't it be cool to have Windows change the background by it's self every minute, 10 minutes, 30 minutes, every hour and so on?  Well, in Windows 7, Microsoft made it possible so you can do that.  Go to your desktop, right click and press Personalize.  On the bottom of the window you will see a little picture of your current background and in blue words under it, it will say Desktop Background.  Click on it.  Select what wallpapers you want to use and you can use as many as you want.  Then on the bottom of that window, it will say Change Picture Every: Second, Minute, Hour.  After you have configured your wallpaper, everything should be good to go!  Now the wallpaper will change by it's self! 


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