If you consider yourself a diehard Microsoft and Windows fan, a new site called WallpaperHub is worth your attention. Created by Michael Gillett, a well-known Windows Insider MVP and general Microsoft enthusiast, the site is a compilation of gorgeous wallpapers ranging from absurd (looking at you, Ninja Cat) to simply gorgeous.
As Gillett explains in a Medium post announcing the site, it's built in an elegant manner that even adheres to Microsoft's Fluent Deisgn guidelines. It's well laid out by category – Windows, Surface, Ninja Cat, and more – and features a variety of original creations made by Gilett himself, along with promotional graphics and wallpapers used in Microsoft's own Surface advertising. Better yet, each wallpaper is divided up into sizes arranged by Surface devices and more generally common resolutions.
Though the site is responsive on both desktop and mobile, Gilett says that he has grander plans for the future. Eventually, you can expect the site to be packaged as a Progressive Web App (PWA) and distributed on the Microsoft Store. Gillet also says he has plans to integrate "more comprehensive filtering and category for wallpapers," as well as improvements for devices with no touch.
In the meantime, you can check out WallpaperHub.app on the web to add some extra Windows pride to your laptop, tablet, phone, and more.
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