- The Windows 11 SE wallpaper is now the latest entrant to the Microsoft Store.
- The wallpaper has similarities to the Windows 11 Bloom wallpaper, only with a wider variety of colors.
- Users had an early access last week to the wallpaper on a third-party site.
Windows 11 SE is Microsoft’s OS dedicated to K-8 education. It has various education features and is optimized for affordable PCs.
Microsoft has been making moves to improve the OS. Just a few weeks ago, the company released Surface laptops, and rollout is expected before the end of the year.
Now, the wallpapers are more student-focused and are available for download on the Microsoft Store. The effort is to counter Chrome dominance in the market but we’ll have to wait and see how it pans out.
The wallpaper shares similarities with the Bloom wallpaper on Windows 11. The folds of the Windows 11 SE also have some similarities to the rainbow sherbet palette.
The wallpaper has been anticipated for a while, so it is no surprise that Microsoft went all out with the colorful design.
Before the wallpaper was available on the Microsoft Store, it was first spotted on WallpaperHub, which is a third-party site.
Now, users can download it on the Microsoft Store, making it easy to change the theme on your PC.
On the Microsoft Store, there is a theme pack going by EDU wallpapers that consists of the Windows 11 SE wallpapers.
The pack is available for download for both Windows 10 and Windows 11 users. If you have not yet upgraded to Windows 11 because your PC does not meet the system requirements, you still get a chance to enjoy the wallpapers.
Whereas you can still download the wallpapers from other third-party sources, it is advisable to use the Microsoft Store because of the added protection. Here are a lot of cyberattacks going around waiting for the perfect opportunity to pounce on unsuspecting victims.
The only downside is that you will be deprived of downloading the Windows SE 11 wallpapers in different resolutions if you use the Microsoft Store.
You can directly download the wallpapers by clicking on this link.
Have you had a chance to check out the new Windows 11 SE wallpapers? If so, are you satisfied with the design and colors? Let us know in the comment section below.