How To Set Different Wallpapers For Multiple Monitor Desktops
[Simple Way Of Controlling Wallpapers In Windows 10]
Setting different wallpapers for your desktop is one of the most basic tasks everyone performs from time to time. This becomes even more fun when you have a multiple desktop setup and want to set unique wallpapers for each one of the monitors.
However, in Windows 10, this process becomes quite difficult as the “Desktop Background” section of the Personalization menu often becomes quite hard to find. To access this section and modify your wallpaper selection, follow these simple steps:
Press “Windows+R” to start the Run Dialog Box.
Enter the following command – control /name Microsoft.Personalization /page pageWallpaper – and press Enter.
This will open the Desktop Background window.
Click the “Browse” button to select the folder you keep your wallpapers in.
The images in the folder will be imported and selected automatically.
Deselect all the images, and select just one.
Right Click on the selected image and select the monitor you want to use it for.
Repeat the process for all the images.
You can also use the “Shuffle” option to set the wallpapers on auto-rotate.
With these easy steps, you will be able to easily control which wallpapers show on which monitor. Have fun.