Longtime Windows users will remember the classic blue background color that you’d see by default on your desktop if you weren’t using a wallpaper image in Windows 2000 or XP. Windows Vista and newer removed that exact color choice from the default palette, but you can still bring that original blue color back, even in Windows 10.
Now that the iOS 12 beta is in developer’s hands, you can grab the official iOS 12 wallpaper now for your iPhone and iPad. The default wallpaper is 3200×3200 making great for not only all of your iOS devices, but for many Macs as well.
Your current Mac may not support the new Dynamic Desktops feature in macOS Mojave, but you can still enjoy the gorgeous new default wallpaper images. Here’s how to get the 5K day and night versions of the macOS Mojave wallpaper.
If you get tired of your Mac’s Desktop wallpaper, then switch it up every day! (Without you having to go in and change it yourself, that is.) In this article, we’re going to talk about how to configure the Mac’s wallpaper to change on a schedule or when certain events—like logging in or waking from sleep—occur.
Bored with the default wallpaper images in macOS and looking for something fresh? It turns out that there are many high quality images hiding on your Mac that are perfect for desktop wallpaper. Here’s how to find them!
Excited about macOS High Sierra but can’t wait until the fall to get your hands on the final release? Well, those unable or unwilling to run the public beta can at least get a taste of High Sierra by downloading its new default wallpaper image.
Love the Windows Spotlight images featured on your Windows 10 lock screen, but don’t want to bother with finding and downloading the images manually? Here’s a free universal Windows app that will do the work for you.
Windows 10 includes a new feature called Windows Spotlight, which automatically downloads and rotates a series of gorgeous images from Bing as your lock screen background. Here’s how to find these images hidden on your PC, and how to convert and save them for personal use.
Want to give your Mac a bit of a custom look? Start by replacing the OS X login screen wallpaper. We’ll show you how, plus discuss a few caveats that you’ll want to keep in mind.
Apple has long offered users a wide variety of beautiful, high quality images to use as desktop wallpaper, but if you’d like something even more interesting on your Mac’s desktop, you can use a Terminal command to set one of your Mac’s animated screen savers as the background instead.