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How to change your background in Microsoft Teams, a demo tutorial
If you want to change what appears behind you in a video conference, you can either blur your background or replace it entirely with any image you want. Learn more at the Microsoft Teams help center: https://msft.it/6004Tm4np Keep in touch and stay productive with Teams and Microsoft 365, even when you're working remotely. Check out more training and learning resources: https://msft.it/6007Tm4kJ
Windows 101: Three ways to personalize your PC background
Personalize your PC backgrounds to express your personality with a picture worth a thousand words. If a thousand's not enough, create a slideshow.
Background slideshow and custom colors in Windows 10
Create your own background slideshow and custom colors in Windows 10.
Windows 101: Download photo themes for your Windows 10 background
Learn how to download high-quality photographs from the Microsoft Store and personalize your Windows 10 background.
i want my tile background color back.
new insider build 20H took the background color of my tiles and changed it to clear. want my color back. how do i get it back???
What do you use for your desktop background? Lock screen?
What do you use for your wallpapers? I've been using Bing Desktop, which changes your desktop background every day to the lovely pictures provided by Bing (they also do the daily pictures on your Lock Screen before you log in). I would say many users I see (I work in a Microsoft Store as a Services Advisor) usually have some place they went on vacation or a picture of their family. I've even seen some people have a slideshow as their background, to change to different pictures on an interval.
change text colors of desktop apps shortcut, folders, icons
Wouldn't it be nice if users can change text colors of desktop apps, folders, icons~like the recycle bin, my PC, etc. to be able to match the background image? I would like to use a photo and set it as the background image but the text colors of desktop apps, folders, icons, etc. are not clear. I mean like if I have a white background color, then I will not be able to see text of the desktop apps shortcuts, folders, icons, etc., since they are white by default.
Easily update Windows apps background color
Anyone miss being easily able to change the background color of all windows apps? It was so nice to change the color from white to something like a light grey. The softer color on the screen was so much better when writing code in SQL Management Studio, using outlook, excel, word, etc.
How to set desktop background image without downloading pics
Ever felt like changing your Windows desktop background, actually without downloading any image? You can do it, using Mozilla's Firefox web browser. Here's how: 1# On Firefox search for your preferred image with the preferred resolution 2#Find your preferred image, right click and click 'set as desktop background' and click ok. 3#When you go back to your home screen you'll find out that your desktop wallpaper has changed. That's it!
New Background Images In Windows 10 Mail App ✉
Hello Fellow Community Members And Staff, I recently received the New Windows 10 Mail App Version 16005.13426.20316.0 through the Microsoft Store as a update as normal. So like always, I was looking through the Mail App settings to see what was new if anything and when I came to the "Personalization" section I noticed that there are now Twelve Beautiful New Wallpaper Images to choose from for your Mail App. (IMO) this is a definite improvement to the old ones we've had for years now. Thank-You Microsoft for this nice touch and new artwork. 😊 How Many Of You Have Noticed Them? Likes/Dislikes?
Select Start > Settings > Personalization > Background, and then select a picture, solid color, or create a slideshow of pictures.
Change desktop background and colors Select the Start button, then select Settings > Personalization to choose a picture worthy of gracing your desktop background, and to change the accent color for Start, the taskbar, and other items. The preview window gives you a sneak peek of your changes as you make them.
To choose your background, press the Xbox button on your controller to open the guide, and then select Profile & system > Settings > General > Personalization > My background. From here, choose from the following options: Solid color and game art Select a background color, and then select OK.
Go to your meeting controls and select More actions > Apply background effects. Select Blur to blur your background, or choose from the available images to replace it. To upload an image of your own, select Add new and pick a.JPG,.PNG, or.BMP file from your computer. To turn off background effects, select.