One more way to transform the desktop wallpaper in Windows is to open 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 choose Personalize. (Or in the Windows 10 menu, most likely to Settings > Customization > History.).
In Windows 8/7/Vista through Control board's Customization applet, as well as in Windows XP through the Present Control board applet.
Under the History dropdown, choose Picture.
You can decide to use a pre-loaded photo from Microsoft or choose Browse to locate a different photo on your disk drive.
You can also decide if you desire the picture to fit, stretch, or fill up the display, or even for it to be tiled, centered, or extended across multiple displays.
Some versions of Windows have extra choices here, like automatically transforming the desktop wallpaper after so-many seconds, which comes in convenient if you do not intend to settle with just one background.