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Author Topic: How to set different wallpapers on multiple monitors in Windows 10  (Read 19 times)
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« on: September 06, 2019, 01:36:11 AM »
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It's possible to set a unique wallpaper on each of your monitors, but Windows 10 doesn't make the option easy to find.



Although Windows 10 has been improving its multi-monitor support with every release, if you have a dual-monitor setup or one with even more displays, the OS still doesn't offer an easy way to pick a different wallpaper for each of your monitors.

However, you don't need to resort to third-party tools because the option to set a different wallpaper is there, it's just not obvious to find.

In this Windows 10 guide, we'll walk you through the easy steps to customize your multi-monitor setup with a different wallpaper on each display.

How to customize each monitor with a different wallpaper

Personalizing monitors with different wallpapers on Windows 10 is a straightforward process, just follow these steps:

   1. Open Settings.

   2. Click on Personalization.

   3. Click on Background.

      ○ Quick Tip: You can always right-click on an empty space on the desktop, and select Personalize from the context menu to
         get background settings more quickly. Also, you can always type the control /name Microsoft. Personalization /page page
         wallpaper path using the Run command (Windows key + R) and clicking OK to access the background settings.

4.   Using the "Background" drop-down menu and select Picture.



5. Click the Browse button.

6. Browse to the location with your images, pick the wallpaper, and click Choose picture.

7. Right-click the image and select the monitor you want the wallpaper to show.



After completing the steps, you can repeat step No. 5, 6, 7 to set a different wallpaper on each of your monitors.

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