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Wallpapers, not Screen Savers.

Wallpaper. Not Screen Saver Contrary to popular misconception, the picture on your computer monitor is called Wallpaper, not the Screen  Saver. That's why this page is devoted to Wallpapers, not Screen Savers. Now, some Screen Savers allow you to display a picture show of many Wallpapers, but that's not here. If you can find a Screen Saver that does this, then maybe you can put these Wallpapers into it (but that depends on the program you find).

You can click on the image to see a larger version, but don't download that one. Click on the size that is your monitor resolution. (Not sure how to find it? Click Here)
The files that you download are self-extracting EXE files. Just double click on the file (once it's on your computer) and it will open a dialog box. Click the "UnZip" button and then close the program. Done.

1999 Sunset 1
640x480    800x600
1024x768   1152x864
1999 Sunset 2
640x480    800x600
1024x768   1152x864
1999 Sunset 3
640x480    800x600
1024x768   1152x864
1999 Sunset 4
640x480    800x600
1024x768   1152x864
1999 Sunset 5
640x480    800x600
1024x768   1152x864
2000 Sunset 1
640x480    800x600
1024x768   1152x864
2000 Sunset 2
640x480    800x600
1024x768   1152x864
Sun and Clouds
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1024x768   1152x864
Sunset with Seagull
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1024x768   1152x864
Chapel at Night
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1024x768   1152x864
Oceanic at Night
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1024x768   1152x864
View From Smuttynose
640x480    800x600
1024x768   1152x864

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1024x768   1152x864

640x480    800x600
1024x768   1152x864

640x480    800x600
1024x768   1152x864

640x480    800x600
1024x768   1152x864

640x480    800x600
1024x768   1152x864

640x480    800x600
1024x768   1152x864

640x480    800x600
1024x768   1152x864

640x480    800x600
1024x768   1152x864

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To find the Resolution of your computer monitor, Minimize this window (the left most little box up in the upper right corner of your Browser program). If there are other programs open, Minimize those as well. You want to be able to see your "Desktop" wallpaper.
Anywhere on your wallpaper, right-click (or left-click for lefties) and choose "Properties" from the menu. A window titled "Display Properties" will open. Across the top of the window are some "Tabs" like file folder tabs. Select the "Seetings" tab (probaly the right most). There is a slider bar labled "Screen Area" and it will tell you how many pixels. THAT is your screen resolution.
Hit Cancel and that window will close. Back to top of page