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Change Wallpaper manually.

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How can I change the wallpaper not from the desktop
'properties' ?
Is there a link that points to a graphic file that the system refers to? How can that link be changed manually?
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The only other way to change it is to open the registry and go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop.  There is a value there called Wallpaper that points to the file you wish to use as your current wallpaper.
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ACDSee32 is a great graphics viewer that will take any image at automatically change it to wallpaer. Great to have for other purposes.
http://www.acdsystems.com
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http://www.acdvictoria.com


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