Bing Wallpaper refreshes your desktop every day
If you’re the kind of person that enjoys seeing new wallpaper every day, you might’ve just stumbled over something made specifically for you. Bing Wallpaper is an application that works in sync with Bing’s image of the day feature and will give users the ability to set their desktop background image to change every day.
You will get high-resolution images that will contribute to the overall aesthetics of your setup. More often than not, we see people sporting low-resolution images as their desktop background that are unclear and don’t fit the whole screen.
It’s a shame to drag down the way your desktop looks by choosing an image that isn’t fit for the job. With Bing Wallpaper, you will get a variety of images by plugging your desktop directly to Bing’s image of the day, so you can expect to see images from all kinds of themes and categories pop up on your desktop. This means you won’t have the same boring theme for your desktop every time you go about changing the image.
You will have access to fun and interesting information about various topics without moving a muscle, as well. The application also comes with a feature that allows you to access a search result based on that image. If you get an image that features a type of plant, the features search result of the day will take you to more information and images about that plant species.
Bing Wallpaper is a great way to spice up your desktop’s appearance. The desktop background is one of the very first things we see when we turn on the computer, so having something refreshing each day can set the tone for the entire session. All you need to run this application is Windows 7 or above as your operating system.
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