➽1. Windows 10 Native
The best feature I like about windows when it comes to wallpapers set up is that it has a built-in slideshow feature that enable the change of wallpapers automatically between a given interval of time frame but for this feature to work out a collection of wallpapers must be download the system.
Below is a step-by-step procedure on the workability of this feature:
>>1. Put all your favorite wallpapers in a single folder because Windows 10 only accepts a single folder containing wallpaper collection.
>>2. After you must have follow the first instruction next is to go to Windows Settings > Personalize > Background. Go on by clicking on the drop-down menu below Background and select Slideshow.
>>3. Also proceed by clicking on the Browse button below and select the wallpaper collection folder you created in the previous step.
>>4. To set up the interval for the slideshow, just click on the drop-down menu below the Change picture every heading and select the required interval (ranging from 1 minute to 1 day to be precise).
That’s just it, as your desktop screen will automatically switch to a new wallpaper after the setting the interval between each wallpaper.
➽2. Third-party apps
There is some powerful third-party app that can also do just that for you. For the course of this article will be looking basically on two third-party app just continue reading to view them and how they are usual used in such kind of task.
John’s Background Switcher (JBS)
JBS app allows you to play with your wallpapers on your PC. It has some default sets which do not require any further setup. All you need do is to select the set and play along on how you want your wallpapers to be appearing on your windows 10 OS.
You can also get wallpapers from Instagram, Flickr, Facebook, SmugMug Photos, Vladstudio, Pixabay, and a few others to create your own sources for downloading wallpapers.The choice now depends on you as you can also include your own wallpaper collection, along with these resources.
There is also a feature of this app that prompt you option to add any media RSS, basically granting you access to get wallpapers from any image websites, such as DeviantArt or Behance. It may also interest you that each resource has further options to get the required wallpapers, which is very customizable.
For instance, Flickr social media, you can get images based on time period, tag, keyword, person, group, and even your own Flickr photos. Using this app, you can crop and fit, stretch, scale, and even get collages and montages using multiple images. In order to change wallpapers, you can select the interval from 10 seconds to 7 days. It also supports for dual monitors with dedicated options to charm your dual monitor setup and prompt you with wallpapers.
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Features of The Third-Party Wallpapers App
- It very easy to use, so don’t need to be an expert to use it.
- It Supports reliable sources alongside with RSS support.
- Dual monitor support is one of the feature of this app.
- It also has a default preset to get you started.
- It is simple to use, but limited in features.
BioniX is another third-party app that also work like the JBS but it more advanced when compared to the JBS app as it requires more experience for effective usage that is to say that it require more hands of an expert unlike the JBS The interface is advanced (not user friendly par says) that is to say you need to pay much attention to be able to understand the tool and start adding wallpapers sources.
But if think you can handle the feature of the interface, then it’s the most robust tool for manage desktop wallpapers. For wallpaper sources, you can either use Flickr Mass Downloader to download wallpapers from Flickr, or manually enter URLs of web pages’ download images sources.
This app offers more than you expect of it but the procedure involved is somehow cumbersome except in the hands of expert
This are some of the unique features of this app, you are able to add effects to all wallpapers, get day/night wallpapers based on time, get dynamic webcam wallpapers, dedicated shortcuts, automatic categorization, filter to reject bad wallpapers (low resolution), and lots more features.
- Astonishingly customizable feature.
- Adding of images from different website is implemented.
- The feature of the day/night help to show light or dark wallpapers at the respective time period.
- It usual rejects bad wallpapers automatically thereby preventing your PC from malicious attack.
- Usually get images from public webcams.
- The interface is a bit difficult to use (Not user friendly).
- The adding of wallpapers sources requires more manual intervention.
Both tools have a dedicated pause and play buttons available to start and pause wallpaper switching. Once required resources have been added, use these buttons to control the wallpapers.
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➽3. Using Bing
Normally Bing allows you see daily background image and it replaces its homepage with new wallpaper each day. If Bing background images beautiful feature interest, then you can get them on your PC as required. As soon as Bing desktop app is updated, you can change your wallpaper with latest Bing Daily Background Image.
Simply download the Bing desktop app and install to your system. At the end of the installation process, check the check box next to Make the Bing homepage image your desktop background. You may check or uncheck other provided options as it interests you. After all, said and done, a few seconds later your desktop wallpaper will be changed with Bing’s Daily Background Image, I believe that is interesting.
Note: You may also notice a transparent bar at the top-right corner of the desktop on your windows 10. In there you can get more information about the image or click the Change desktop wallpaper button to switch wallpaper to a random one from
Bing image archive