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Wallpaper (also desktop picture and desktop background) is an image used as a background of a graphical user interface on a computer screen or mobile communications device. On a computer it is usually for the desktop, while for a mobile phone it is usually the background for the 'home' or 'idle' screen. Though most devices comes with a default picture, users can usually change it to files of their choosing.
"Wallpaper" is the term used in Microsoft Windows before Windows Vista (where it is called the Desktop "Background"), while Mac OS X calls it a "desktop picture" (previously, the term desktop pattern was used to refer to a small pattern that was repeated to fill the screen).
Windows 3.0 in 1990 was the first version of Microsoft Windows to come with support for wallpaper customization, and used the term "wallpaper" for this feature. Although Windows 3.0 only came with 7 small patterns (2 black-and-white and 5 16-color), the user could supply other images in the BMP file format with up to 8-bit color (although the system was theoretically capable of handling 24-bit color images, it did so by dithering them to an 8-bit palette). In the same year, third-party freeware was available for the Macintosh and OS/2 to provide similar wallpaper features otherwise lacking in those systems. A wallpaper feature was added in a beta release of OS/2 2.0 in 1991.A 'live wallpaper' is a type of application that works on a mobile device using the Android operating system. The application works as a wallpaper – providing the background image for the home screen—but also works as a conventional application since it can provide user-interaction with the touch screen (allowing the image to change dynamically, for example) and access other hardware and software features within the device (accelerometer, GPS, network access, etc.).
Similar functionality could be found in the Active Desktop feature of Windows 98 and later versions. There is also third party software that provides this feature for various operating systems.
Mac OS X has built-in support, via the Desktop & Screen Saver panel in its System Preferences, for cycling through a folder collection of images on a timed interval or when logging in or waking from sleep.Additionally, OS X has the native ability to run a screen saver on the desktop; in this configuration, the screen saver appears beneath the desktop icons in place of the system wallpaper. However, OS X does not come with a built-in interface to do this; it must be done through Terminal commands or various third-party applications.


 Free Download Wallpapers Images Photos Pictures Wallpapers 2013
Free Download Wallpapers Images Photos Pictures Wallpapers 2013
Free Download Wallpapers Images Photos Pictures Wallpapers 2013
Free Download Wallpapers Images Photos Pictures Wallpapers 2013
Free Download Wallpapers Images Photos Pictures Wallpapers 2013
Free Download Wallpapers Images Photos Pictures Wallpapers 2013
Free Download Wallpapers Images Photos Pictures Wallpapers 2013
Free Download Wallpapers Images Photos Pictures Wallpapers 2013
Free Download Wallpapers Images Photos Pictures Wallpapers 2013
Free Download Wallpapers Images Photos Pictures Wallpapers 2013
Free Download Wallpapers Images Photos Pictures Wallpapers 2013



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