For all the Windows fanboys out there, there is nothing more exciting or a bigger thing to talk about than the Windows 10. People already have it running on their personal computers and are exploring it and trying to make the most out of it. Some people are also running the Windows 10 of multiple monitors which works just as good as it does on a single monitor. Now like we said, people are still not familiar with all the features of Windows 10 and running it on multiple monitors doesn’t make it any easier. So this article here is to help you apply different wallpapers on different monitors running Windows 10. Just follow these easy steps:
Saving the wallpapers:
Download the different wallpapers that you want to apply to the different monitors and save them together in a single folder. This folder could be anywhere.
Selecting the wallpapers:
Now select the different wallpapers that you wish to apply to the different monitors. Select a wallpaper for each monitor.
Set as desktop background:
Now right click on any of the selected wallpapers and click on the “Set as desktop background” option.
Applying to different monitors:
You should now see different wallpapers on each of your monitors but they’ll most probably not be in the order you want them to be. Don’t worry, we have a solution for that too. To switch the wallpaper on any monitor, move your mouse to that screen and right click on the screen to choose the option “Next desktop background“. This will apply the wallpaper next in order to that screen.
This is the basic tutorial but you may face some problems with this. Two of the most common problems that people face are the pictures cycling on the different monitors too quickly or different wallpapers not visible on the monitors, you will have to change your wallpaper settings.
To do that, just go to the Windows button on your desktop and right click to select the Run option. In the Run tool, type in control /name Microsoft.Personalization /page pageWallpaper and then hit OK. This will open the Desktop Background menu.
Once in the Background Menu, make sure that the Picture Position is set to Fit, Fill, Stretch or Center. If the position is set to Tile or Span, you will continue to see just one wallpaper on all the monitors.
To cure the quickly cycling wallpapers problem, click on the Clear All option when the different wallpapers are selected for applying to different screens. You can then just select the wallpaper for each monitor from the Desktop Background menu by just clicking on the “Set for monitor” and selecting the monitor.
We hope this tutorial helps you in applying different wallpapers to different monitors running Windows 10. Stay tuned to this website for many more useful tutorials and don’t forget to leave any queries or suggestions in the comments section below.