Since Microsoft launched Windows 8.1. the ability to add a second screen to your PC is much Simpler. The same holds true for Windows 10, too. But after you have them set up, you might want various heritage on each one.
While Windows 10 has a best little multi-monitor taskbar setup and support for distinct virtual Desktops, it’s not quite as good at letting you select separate, distinct wallpapers for each of your Screens. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be done (without third-party Tool) it can, Microsoft just isn’t very straightforward about it.
Before Windows 8.x, you needed a third-party software like DisplayFusion to accomplish the task. In spite of the fact that now with Windows 10 (and 8.1. the feature to have various wallpaper on each computer screen is built-in.
Note: If you haven’t set up your displays yet, make sure to read our article on how to configure dual screens with Windows 10.
Set a Various Wallpaper On Each Separate Monitor
Here’s how to set various wallpapers for each of your screens in Windows 10:
- Save the various wallpapers you want to use in the same folder. This can be any folder – even the Desktop.
- Hold down the Ctrl key and click the various wallpapers you want to use. If you have two Displays, select two various wallpapers, if you have three Screens, select three various wallpapers, and so forth.
- Once you’ve selected your wallpapers, right-click on one of the wallpapers and select Set as desktop background.
- You should now see various wallpapers on each of your Video display units. If you want to switch the wallpaper on any specific Computer screen, right-click on the desktop and select Subsequent desktop background.
Note: If you do not see various wallpapers on each of your Screens, or if you see various wallpapers but they’re cycling through images at an alarming rate, you may need to change your wallpaper settings.
To do this, open the Run command by right-clicking the Windows/Start icon and picking out Run. Then type manipulates/name Microsoft.Personalization Page/ pageWallpaper Adding( Areas) and click OK.
This will open the Desktop Background window in the Control Panel, though you can not get to this window directly from the Manage Panel.
To make various images show up on your Screens, make sure that Picture position: is set to Fill, Fit, Stretch, or Center. If it is set to Tile or Span, you will only see one image.
To stop your wallpaper from cycling through Images, click Clear all at the top of the window. This will uncheck all the wallpapers (checked wallpapers are cycled through).
From the Desktop Background window, you can also set wallpapers for each computer screen — easily find the picture you want to use, right-click it, and select Set for monitor 1 (or whichever screen you want to set it for).