is good for those of us who get sick of our logon backgrounds in a hurry, and want some other pointless yet meaningful pictures in their place.
This is the dumbest damndest little problem that ever kept coming up, until I followed these particular instructions at stackoverflow.
Other solutions offered there, and around the net at large, didn’t work for me, not for long. This one *did*.
“ ... This option isn’t available in Windows 7 (another MS ‘improvement’ !)…
Here’s a nice tweak. You can get to Window 7's advanced color settings straightaway from a context menu option at the Desktop. It involves the Registry but it’s painless to do, and to undo. And as per tradition, you are given options for both.
I was googling for a way to have Win7 quickly show me exactly which pic was the current wallpaper on the Desktop. I found this batch file at Stack Exchange.
If you're running Windows, chances are that you've pressed CTRL + ALT + DELETE at some point to find out what process was responsible for bringing your computer to a crawl. Maybe it was Microsoft Outlook, possibly Microsoft Security Essentials or AVG, Google Desktop, or any of the HP bloat-ware that comes…