3 Useful Windows Apps to Change Wallpapers Automatically Everyday

More often than not, we get bored with our current desktop wallpaper as the time passes. By changing the desktop wallpaper, you can give the system a totally new look.

Setting a new wallpaper in Windows is nothing hard. All you have to do is right-click on your favorite image and select the option “Set as Wallpaper.”

However, it would be even better if you could have an app that could automatically set a new gorgeous wallpaper every single day. Here are some of the best apps you can try to automatically set a new wallpaper in Windows.

1. Dynamic Theme

If you are using Windows 10, Dynamic Theme is one of the best apps to automatically set a new desktop wallpaper every day. The good thing about this app is that it is free, no-adware, and you can do the one-click installation from Windows Store. The app automatically downloads a new Bing image and sets it as your desktop wallpaper. If you want to, you can also configure it to set the same image as the lock screen wallpaper.


If you like these daily Bing wallpapers and would like to save them for offline use, simply enable the “Autosave” feature. I’ve already covered how to use this app to automatically set Bing images as desktop wallpaper in Windows 10. So, do go through it to know how to use the app to its fullest.

2. Splashy

If you’ve ever searched for high-resolution, beautiful, and free images, photos, or wallpapers, then you might have stumbled upon a website called Unsplash. Unsplash is one of the best places to download copyright-free images for both personal and commercial use. Splashy makes good use of Unsplash to automatically download and set a new desktop wallpaper every day. The application is very stylish and minimal.


If you want to, you can choose which category of images you want to set as wallpapers and even configure the app to set a new wallpaper up to every thirty minutes. If you like a simple wallpaper app with no complicated options, then do give Splashy a try and see if it fits your needs. Splashy is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

3. Artpip

If you’d rather set some beautiful fine art or classic paintings as your desktop wallpaper, then Artpip is for you. Just like Splashy, Artpip is very minimal and straightforward. Simply install and launch the app, and it will automatically set a new fine art or painting as your desktop wallpaper. If you like a particular wallpaper, click on the “Heart” icon appearing at the bottom of the window, and it will be added to your favorites.


The app is available in both free and premium versions. The free version is limited to fine art and paintings. Moreover, the automatic wallpaper change feature is limited to once every 24 hours. The pro version gives you access to Photography collections, the ability to automatically change wallpaper up to every five minutes, and custom-curated artworks. That being said, for most use cases the free version is plenty.

Do comment below sharing your thoughts and experiences regarding using the above apps to automatically change wallpaper every day in Windows.

Vamsi Krishna

Vamsi is a tech and WordPress geek who enjoys writing how-to guides and messing with his computer and software in general. When not writing for MTE, he writes for he shares tips, tricks, and lifehacks on his own blog Stugon.

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