One more way to change the desktop wallpaper in Windows is to open up the Personalize option on the desktop (called Residence in Windows XP). To do this, do the following:.
Right-click on the desktop as well as pick Personalize. (Or in the Windows 10 menu, go to Setups > Personalization > Background.).
In Windows 8/7/Vista via Control board's Personalization applet, as well as in Windows XP through the Display Control board applet.
Under the Background dropdown, pick Photo.
You can opt to use a pre-loaded picture from Microsoft or pick Browse to locate a different photo on your hard drive.
You can also determine if you want the photo to fit, stretch, or fill the screen, or even for it to be tiled, centered, or spanned across multiple displays.
Some versions of Windows have extra choices below, like immediately altering the desktop wallpaper after so-many secs, which comes in convenient if you don't wish to work out with just one background.