One more way to transform the desktop wallpaper in Windows is to open up the Personalize option on the desktop (called Characteristic in Windows XP). To do this, do the following:.
Right-click on the desktop and pick Personalize. (Or in the Windows 10 menu, most likely to Settings > Customization > History.).
In Windows 8/7/Vista with Control board's Customization applet, and in Windows XP via the Present Control board applet.
Under the History dropdown, pick Photo.
You can opt to make use of a pre-loaded photo from Microsoft or pick Browse to discover a different image on your hard disk drive.
You can also decide if you desire the image to fit, stretch, or load the display, and even for it to be tiled, centered, or covered across multiple screens.
Some variations of Windows have extra options below, like automatically transforming the desktop wallpaper after so-many seconds, which is available in useful if you don't want to resolve with simply one background.