Easily Set Multiple Images As Rotating Wallpapers In Windows 7

Windows 7: If you like to switch up your wallpaper often but are too lazy to go through the desktop background personalisation settings, here's a quick way to set a bunch of wallpapers at once.

Just as you can right-click on an image and set it as the desktop background, you can select multiple images (by holding down the Shift key or Ctrl key while clicking on the images) and select "Set as desktop background". The wallpaper will automatically rotate through those images at some set time interval (in my testing, the wallpapers rotated about once a day, but your mileage may vary. If you want the images to change at a different time interval, go to the desktop background settings where it says slideshow). Thanks for the tip, Abhijeet!

How to Quickly Set Multiple Images as Wallpapers in Windows 7 [Guiding Tech]


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    Or,... you could use 7's "built in desktop rotator" to do it! Right click on the desktop, select "desktop background" use the top drop down to select the folder you want to use, then use the bottom drop down to set what interval you want the desk top to change at!!

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