If you are looking for ways to trick out that boring desktop of yours, you’ve come to the place. The-House.com is now offering up some sweet high quality images you can download and slap up for all the world to see.
Just click on the links to the right of the pic for whichever resolution most closely matches your computer’s setup. If you don’t know how to change wallpapers on your computer, check out the information below for step-by-step instructions ( PC | MAC ).
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The House Wallpapers
Changing your Wallpaper
Windows (95, 98, ME, 2000, XP)
To change your desktop wallpaper in Windows, simply right-click on the desktop, and choose Properties. On the Desktop (or Background) tab, make your selection and preview it in the little monitor. You can choose whether your selection looks better centered, tiled, or stretched by selecting one of those choices in the box labeled Position (or Display). If a pattern you want is not shown as a choice, click the Browse button to find it.
Give your Mac OS X a new look.
Change the look of your Mac OS X desktop. It’s easy, just follow my instructions.
- Click on the Desktop to make the Finder active.
- Select Preferences under the Finder menu.
- Change the wallpaper using the Select Picture button.
By default you’ll open the Desktop Pictures folder in the Library directory, but you can browse to anywhere on your computer to find a suitable JPEG or PICT file. Incidentally, you can also use PDF files as desktop wallpaper — a good idea if you have any text in the image. A preview will open so you can look at your pictures before selecting one.