How to tuneup logon wallpaper xp ?

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Hi all,

Everybody knows the famous beautiful XP wallpapers, unfortunately the documentation reports that Logon Screen needs Windows 7 as a minimum required OS, but, what about if I would want to tune my wallpapers for another OS version ?

Is it possible to tune up logon wallpaper XP for previous Windows Systems ?

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Best Answer by Raun Nelson
Answered By 0 points N/A #195476

How to tuneup logon wallpaper xp ?

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Hello Alissarachel,

Its easy, just follow the instructions below:

Go to Google images and type in Windows Xp Wallpapers,

Open and save the ones you like. Keep them in a single folder.

Now right click in an empty area of the desktop and click on Personalize.

Then click Desktop Background and there select the folder where you saved the wallpapers.

If you don't want to save individual wallpapers one by one, you can find Windows Xp Wallpapers Pack on Google.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #195479

How to tuneup logon wallpaper xp ?

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Hi,

 Most browsers have a compatibility of operating systems, if you want to install browsers of that operating system those you are not using.
 
It can only install when you will make upgrading your systems other wise those wallpapers cannot install they have predefined access coding and when you try to install that version of browsers it can also crash your browser because of not supported version.
 
Hopefully you will follow that instruction it will help you. 
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Raun Nelson
 
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How to tuneup logon wallpaper xp ?

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If you want to change the logon screen on your Windows XP, the easiest way is to install Windows XP LogonUI Changer. This application allows you to easily change the look of your Windows XP logon screen.

Aside from changing the interface of your logon screen visually, Windows XP LogonUI Changer also allows you to rename a logon screen, delete, preview, add or change details about the logon screen, and restore the default logon screen of the operating system. Note: before applying a logon screen, make sure to read the instructions or notes carefully. Some logon screens have specific instructions on how to properly install them.

Also, check the version of the file you are adding. Some logon screens are for a different language and some were created for a particular screen size. Don’t apply a logon screen that is too big for your current screen to avoid problems.

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