Microsoft started rolling out the newtoday in a for eligible devices. It's been a few years since Microsoft gave Windows a facelift and . The update will include (not available yet and ), natively supporting and a . But Windows 11 also gives you options for .
If you're not a fan of Microsoft's new default wallpaper -- a blooming, abstract flower shape that pays homage to Windows 10's royal blue colors -- you can change it up. Windows 11 has other default images, or you can change your wallpaper to a photo you've saved or uploaded to your PC.
We'll show you how to switch your wallpaper to a background you're fond of with just a few steps. You can also createand a breakdown of our . This story was recently updated.
How do I change my Windows 11 wallpaper?
Once you have access to Windows 11, here's how to change your wallpaper:
1. Click the on-screen Windows button or press the Windows button on your keyboard.
2. Click Settings.
3. Go to Personalization.
4. Choose Background.
5. Select an already available image or click Browse to search for an image you've saved to your PC.
Changes to the default wallpaper only scratch the surface of the design and feature changes found on the Windows 11 desktop. For example, you'll also find ways towith widgets, virtual desktops and Snap Group layouts.
For more, check out the, and .