Surely many of you would like to have Bing’s photo of the day as your desktop wallpaper. Here is how you can automate it in Ubuntu.
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Have a website you check often? An easy way to keep up with it is to set the web page as a wallpaper. Here’s how to do that in Windows 10.
Looking to keep your Windows 10 background fresh with a new wallpaper every few minutes? Then slideshow wallpaper is perfect. Best of all, you can shuffle it!
Did you know that you can download an Android app that will generate unlimited wallpapers for you based on a specific pattern? Here are four apps that let you do that.
Want to use an animated GIF as your wallpaper? Luckily, there’s a Mac app for that. This guide will walk you through the appropriate steps.
Bored with the default login screen wallpaper in OS X El Capitan? Luckily, you can change it without any third-party apps. Here’s how.
You can easily search for the weather condition online, but it will be quicker to have your Android’s wallpaper changes according to the weather condition.
Mac OS X Mavericks comes with 43 beautiful, stunning and yet, hidden, backgrounds. Use the trick here to access these hidden Mavericks wallpapers
Being able to automatically change the desktop wallpaper on your Mac each day is nothing new. However, having a large collection of high-quality wallpapers to choose from, and being able to stream them directly from a website, is new. Here is how you can get your Mac to fetch beautiful wallpapers online and set it on your screen on regular interval.
Learn how to add Pinterest pins to your desktop background with the Mac app, Desktop Pins. Your wallpaper will never be boring again.
How would you like to integrate various bits of information such as the time of day, day of the week, current weather, or stock prices into your Mac’s desktop wallpaper? If this sounds like a cool feature to you, then you’re sure to love Smart Wall.
Ubuntu comes with a set of pre-loaded wallpapers that can be used individually or as a slideshow that changes the background after a certain period of time, but it does not (easily) allows you to use your own set of wallpapers.
If you want to manage your wallpapers without any special effort, here are 3 easy-to-use wallpaper apps that will the change the way your desktop looks.
If you are using the Gnome desktop and have played with the wallpaper (Appearance) settings, you will discover that there is an inbuilt slideshow feature that you can use to change the wallpaper at regular interval. While this is a useful feature, it is rather limited since it can only rotate among the default wallpapers […]
There are no short of wallpaper changers for Linux – Drape, Wally, Cortina, Wallpapoz, Webilder, and many more. Wallch is yet another wallpaper changer for Gnome, but with a twist. You can set Live Earth image as your desktop wallpaper. Wallch is a pretty new wallpaper changer app for Gnome. It has just released version […]
There are many ways to find out the weather condition in your city. You can go to weather.com, use weather widget or even set it on your desktop with conky. Here is yet another way that you can obtain weather information quickly: display the weather condition as a wallpaper in your desktop. WeatherPaper is a […]
For whatever reason, flames are neat looking. I’ll leave it to psychologists to explain exactly why that is. All I know is that things on fire usually look cooler than things not on fire. To me, that also includes my wallpaper. As regular readers may know, I like to create my own abstract wallpapers and […]
A Windows 7 theme is nothing but a collection of wallpapers, visual styles, screensaver and some windows settings which gives a unique feel to your desktop. You can change settings of some visual elements like Window border color, different windows sounds and create a new environment – in short a unique Windows 7 theme. There […]
Few years back, I always lamented that there are few and little wallpaper changer apps for Ubuntu desktop. Fast forward to today, this is no longer the case. There is the evergreen Desktop Drapes that has been around since the early days, the still useful Wallpapoz that has stopped development and the cross-platforms compatible Wally […]