Wallpaper of the Week: Fallen Leaves

This week’s image is a close up view of autumn leaves resting on the ground.

The wallpaper for the week is a subtle image of autumn leaves laying on the forest floor.
The predominant hues are muted browns, with a few lighter leaves providing contrast. The background is blurred, highlighting the brighter foreground leaves. Icons show up well in most areas of this background.

Download this background in a range of resolutions here:

Download Fallen Leaves Wallpaper

(Photo credit: Kristian Seedorff on Unsplash)

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3 thoughts on “Wallpaper of the Week: Fallen Leaves

  • 2021-08-25 at 18:50
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    I’ve never downloaded nor installed a wallpaper. And I’m not super techy. Do you have instructions on the site, or can you provide, the instructions on what to do after downloading. Thank you.

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    • 2021-08-26 at 07:34
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      Hi SeniorGeek,

      Once you have downloaded the wallpaper image file, save it at a location on your drive where you want to keep it. Maybe you want to create a folder for wallpapers for future ones to come.

      Then in Windows, click Start -> Settings -> Personalization -> Background. From there you can select the background picture from where you saved it.

      Best regards,
      George

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    • 2021-08-26 at 20:08
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      I’m assuming you’re using Windows?
      Download the image from the site by clicking the arrow to the right of “Download free” on the green button in the upper right corner of the screen on the site linked in the article.
      A menu will appear, giving you a choice of screen resolutions. Choose the one that’s closest to your screen resolution. You can find your screen resolution here:
      http://whatismyscreenresolution.net/

      Click on the size closest to your resolution to download the image to your computer.

      To set the image as your background, follow the directions here for the browser you’re using.
      How to save an Internet picture as the desktop wallpaper
      https://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000027.htm

      If you don’t know which browser you’re using, click on the menu in the upper right of the address bar and click on Help or About, one or the other will list the browser you’re using.

      Any more questions, just ask. 🙂

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