Personalizing your desktop is a great way to make your PC feel like you're own. You can add images of your friends, family, or interests to make your computer's desktop feel like a picture frame. Luckily, there are some excellent websites and apps that provide a seemingly unlimited supply of gorgeous wallpapers. Here are our favorites.
To the store
Microsoft releases themes inspired by all sorts of images. You can choose from hundreds of free themes, including photos of the Amazon, beaches, and adorable animals in sunglasses.
What's the hubbub?
This progressive web app has a wide range of wallpapers, many of which are inspired by Microsoft. You can pick from the varied photos of Bing's daily images or grab wallpapers from popular Microsoft events and devices.
Microsoft gathered together hundreds of wallpapers featuring art from popular video games. You can grab everything from gruesome images from Gears Tactics to striking wallpapers from Ori and the Will of the Wisps.
An image a day
Bing's iconic daily images include landscapes, photos of wildlife, and pictures from around the world. Microsoft's Bing Wallpaper app allows you to automatically update your wallpaper with Bing's daily images.
In the spotlight
This app lets you set daily wallpapers from either Bing's daily images or the Windows spotlight. The app itself follows Windows 10's Fluent Design very well, so it feels right at home on your desktop.
Make it your own
Grabbing a great wallpaper is a quick way to spice up your PC's desktop. But even a good wallpaper can get old after a while. You can use the apps and sites in this collection to keep your desktop wallpaper fresh.
The Microsoft Store might be a place you check for apps or movies, but it has an entire section dedicated to themes (opens in new tab). You can grab themes full of wallpapers from a wide range of categories, including adorable animals, gorgeous landscapes, and historical buildings and locations.
If you're a Windows or Microsoft enthusiast, you'll want to check out WallpaperHub. It features wallpapers from Microsoft events, Surface devices, and Bing's daily images.
Sean Endicott is the news writer for Windows Central. If it runs Windows, is made by Microsoft, or has anything to do with either, he's on it. Sean's been with Windows Central since 2017 and is also our resident app expert. If you have a news tip or an app to review, hit him up at email@example.com.
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