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How to set different wallpapers for multiple monitors in Windows 10

Ian Paul | Sept. 18, 2015
Assigning different wallpapers for each monitor was so easy in Windows 8. That's not the case with Windows 10.

Once everything's configured to your liking, click Save changes and you’re done. Unfortunately, you’ll have to use the Run command to return to this hidden part of the Control Panel each time you want to change your background images.


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