Using Google Images for Desktop Backgrounds (Wallpapers) Updated on April 29, 2015 By Windows Guy 25 Comments This is a quick run through of where and how I find all my desktop backgrounds. Connect with me here: Twitter.com/ONS1AUGH7 Facebook.com/ONS1AUGH7. More Windows 8.1 Backgrounds Articles By Windows Guy 25 Comments Raymond Zeng April 29, 2015 my google don’t have the width and height DerpyRice April 29, 2015 But I want this certain photo to be a vivid image on my desktop. How can you do that? jschram84 April 29, 2015 you gotta be pretty dumb to not know how to find backgrounds ShakeDown2012 April 29, 2015 Great vid Mike Zachary Nathoo April 29, 2015 google chrome get it done son jenske65 April 29, 2015 @Bouche1985 It’s a function build in if you have windows 7. DarthFlaw April 29, 2015 What I need to know is how to make them cycle through phils2020 April 29, 2015 hey mike, when u click ur mouse, how do u get the orange circles to pop out? 123desh321 April 29, 2015 Firefox is the shizz Fabulous Isaiah April 29, 2015 my backround is avengers age of ultron K$ April 29, 2015 How do you get your SCREENSAVER to cycle? TheExiledBaron April 29, 2015 @TheHolyWordOfGod does that only work on Win7? TheAudeeo April 29, 2015 @TheHolyWordOfGod i go to the change desktop background but it doesnt give me an option to make a custom time setting to change the backgrounds. 8th Hokage April 29, 2015 Right click the image, then where it says set as desktop background and Ta-Da ilovemultipacks April 29, 2015 can some one help me my vista laptop will not save a back ground it puts a picture on the background but when i turn my laptop off it does appear some one help.. Pat Butler April 29, 2015 ……YOU ROCK!!! You made that so simple. Thanks. GamingGotrolop April 29, 2015 Seriously lol Luke Moody April 29, 2015 i got virus XxgorfisxX April 29, 2015 Hey mike, you know how to get that dell dock thing on a acer computer running vista? XMrXv April 29, 2015 @Bouche1985 This is Windows 7only. Right click your desktop and press “Personalize” select your theme and press ‘desktop background’ on the bottom right of the pop-up then you will see “change picture every …” Just select the time and press save. kash croft April 29, 2015 interesting laurens puystjens April 29, 2015 did you just really thought us how to use google … SilverCharizardX April 29, 2015 How do you get them to cycle? :S TheAJ9191 April 29, 2015 hey how do you get the thing on your mouse……like when ever you clicked? laurens puystjens April 29, 2015 @mrsamska i’m not english so i’m allowed to make mistakes. 😀 Comments are closed.