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MS photos displayed on my W10 desktop

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Best Answer FreeBooter , 13 November 2016 - 09:25 AM

Yes you are talking about desktop wallpaper, please visit below link to learn how to change desktop wallpaper.   "How to Change Your Desktop Background in Windows 10"  http://www.laptopma... Go to the full post »


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A not very important question about that quite stunning photo displayed on my W10 desktop. I expect it is one of many I can select, right? 

 

How do I get to that option? And, is it possible to see a description of the picture: what the scene is and where it is located?

 

Thanks. .... bkar


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I'm sorry but your question does not make any sense are you talking about desktop wallpaper if you are what do you want us to help you with it?


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Freebooter: Thanks for your reply, and your patience. Yes, I am talking about the full screen photo, the very first thing I see on my W10 desktop when I boot. Is that the "wall paper?"

How do I change that picture? Is there a way to learn the details of the scene -- is it a waterfalls in Australia, the Taj Mahal, etc? ...batpark


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✓  Best Answer
Yes you are talking about desktop wallpaper, please visit below link to learn how to change desktop wallpaper.
 
"How to Change Your Desktop Background in Windows 10" 
http://www.laptopmag...ound-windows-10
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