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Dynamic desktop wallpapers to make your Windows 10 desktop come to life

So, today we brought you a short but informative tutorial on how to use one nifty little app in order to run dynamic wallpapers on your desktop background.

If you’re willing to replace a dull and rather unimpressive static desktop background with vivid wallpapers, look no further — you’re at the right place.


How to use dynamic desktop wallpapers in Windows 10?

First, we must inform you that the dynamic wallpaper will take substantially more resources then the usual wallpapers do. So, if you’re barely running Windows 10, we advise you to stick with standard wallpapers.

On the other hand, every other mediocre configuration should have an easy time running dynamic wallpapers. Which doesn’t mean you shouldn’t disable them while playing games or using demanding applications.

Once we’ve put that out of the way, let’s see how to make dynamic wallpapers work in Windows 10.

Now, there are various tools for live wallpapers application, but few are as good as Stardock’s DeskScapes, since it offers a large variety of available wallpapers from various categories.

Follow these instructions to download, configure, and put DeskScapes to work:

  1. Download and install DeskScapes
  2. Activate a free 30-day trial using your email address
    • The trial version offers the full capabilities of the premium version
  3. Launch DeskScapes
  4. Select the source of the live wallpaper that you want to apply
    • It can be either local or online
  5. Select one of the following:
    • Apply to my desktop
    • Apply as my screensaver

You can download and switch between the wallpapers as you please. There’s even a way to create your own GIF-like dynamic wallpapers.

DeskScapes

DeskScapes

Calling the wallpapers created through DeskScapes dynamic would be an understatement. Try it for yourself today!

Another great tool that you can use is Screensaver Wonder. It is perfectly compatible with Windows 10 and supports both x32 and x64 computers. 

This tool has pretty much the same functionalities as DeskScapes, but it also provides you with the ability to pack your screensavers and live wallpapers and send them to others.

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