A lot of people have multiple monitors in their workplace setup today and want to use different Windows 10 Wallpaper per screen. This blog post is about how you can set different wallpapers for multiple monitors in Windows 10. I know there are already many articles and blog post out there covering this. But Microsoft changed this in the latest or next Windows 10 release, called Windows 10 1809 or codename Redstone 5 (RS5). Microsoft moved the settings menu from the Control Panel complete to the Windows Settings app. You want to be able to use the classic Control Panel to change your wallpapers, and most how-to blogs did refer to that method. So here is how you can do this in the Windows 10 Settings app.
Setting a different wallpaper per Windows 10 is pretty easy now. Just open up the Windows 10 settings app. You can do this using the start menu or by pressing “Win” + “I”, which will also open the Settings app.
Now you navigate to Personalization and if not automatically selected, to Background. Here is very you can change the Windows 10 Desktop Wallpaper. Of course, there are many other ways to get here, as well. For example, by doing a right click on the Desktop and select Personalization or using the command line:
Press “WIN” + “R” and run the following command:
control /name Microsoft.Personalization /page pageWallpaper
Set the Windows 10 Wallpaper of different Monitors
You are now in the right place to change the desktop background. First, browse and open the pictures you want to use as your desktop wallpaper. If you click on the Windows 10 wallpaper now, it will change the wallpaper on call screens. To only change it on one of them, right-click it and select the monitor on which you want to change it. Setting different Windows 10 backgrounds per screen has never been more comfortable.Tags: Background, Desktop Background, Desktop Wallpaper, Microsoft, Monitor, Monitors, Screens, Settings App, Wallpaper, Windows, Windows 10, Windows 10 Background, Windows 10 Wallpaper, Windows 1809, Windows Wallpaper Last modified: June 5, 2019