You’ve got Windows 10 and two sweet monitors, but seeing the same picture on both screens is giving you a déjà vu headache. FORTUNATELY, this can be easily remedied.
- Put both images that you want to use in the same folder
- Select both images that you want to use for the background
- Right-click one of the images and click Set as desktop background
There are a few of things worth mentioning:
- Images will automatically shuffle every 30 minutes by default
- The same image will occasionally appear on both screens at the same time
- There is no way (that I’m aware of) to prevent the image from shuffling
If you want to change the interval at which the image shuffles, do the following:
- Go to Background settings using any of these methods:
- Type “background settings” on the Start Menu
- Navigate to Windows Settings > Personalization > Background
- Right-click the desktop and click Personalize (the background options should open by default)
- Change the option for “Change picture every” to your desired interval
As mentioned previously, there isn’t an option to disable shuffling. Sad!