What are some common Windows Vista wallpapers?


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The Microsoft website offers a range of wallpapers for Windows Vista users to download and use, including many images of animals, plants and landscapes. Some common wallpapers featured on the Microsoft website include "Dolphin Silhouette," an underwater image of a dolphin silhouetted against the sky, and "Gull," a close-up image of a gull with a plain blue background.

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Wallpapers on the Microsoft website are grouped into categories, such as Games, Automotive, Animals and Natural Wonders. In addition to wallpapers provided by Microsoft, the website also offers wallpapers provided by the online community of Windows Vista users. Wallpapers from the community include a wide range of images, ranging from abandoned houses to yellow flowers.

From the huge range of wallpapers available for Windows Vista, Microsoft offers a list of featured wallpapers to help narrow choices. The list of featured wallpapers is arranged alphabetically, starting with the "Blazing Star Bud" wallpaper, a close-up shot of a budding flower, and ending with "Zune Zodiac Monkey," a stylized image of a monkey playing a trumpet.

Download wallpapers from the Microsoft website by clicking Get It Now, right-clicking on the image and then choosing the Save Picture option. Use the options in the Control Panel to set the image as the desktop wallpaper.

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