How to set swf files as desktop backgrounds?

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I use windows 7 on my pc.I like interactive swf files.But,I am really sad that I don`t find any option in windows 7 to set any interactive swf file as the desktop background.I have known that this can be done using html.Well,I know HTML,but not that good.Could anyone please tell me how to set a swf flash file using html in windows 7?Thanks in advance.

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How to set swf files as desktop backgrounds?

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The truth is Windows 7 doesn’t support active desktop. TheActive Desktop feature was removed after XP. It supports only static images and slideshows. There is only one way you can try and that is by installing a software called Dreamscene, you can find it here http://www.dreamscene.org/ . But keep in mind Windows 7 doesn’t support natively Active wallpapers like Android Operating system for example. It supports if you like Screensavers. You can try other software as well, I just gave you and example, but if you search on Google, you will definitely find more software that maybe can help you.          

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How to set swf files as desktop backgrounds?

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You can set up your swf files as a desktop background by using adobe flash setting manager. You need to download the  adobe shock wave flash player and just install. It because the swf files extension can be played by using this adobe shock wave flash player.

Because the swf files is primarily associated with flash by the Adobe System Incorporated, it will only open by using the flash player or the Adobe Flash Professional Multimedia who is the author of this particular program that you want to install in your desktop background.

If your windows doesn't want to open the file just identify the program on which you can open the file on this case choose the adobe flash player, then check your computer for invalid registry entries and other problems on your windows system.

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