Desk Top, Wallpaper & Screen Savers

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HarleyM

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How can I delete some of my desktops, wallpaper & screen savers? Iam using win 95.
Thanks Harley
 

Max19

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Why do you want to delete them? Screen savers generally have an extension of *.scr. You could search for those files and delete the ones you don't want. Wallpaper files are usually graphic files like *.jpg and *.bmp. I don't know what you mean by "desktops". Do you mean themes?
 

HarleyM

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I want to get rid of some of the wallpaper that I have down loaded. Same with some of the screen savers.
That is why.
Thanks. HarleyM
 
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To delete anything you download to your hard drive, you go into windows explorer (file manager) and click on the folder or location you downloaded the item to which then shows you the contents of that folder. You click on each item to highlight it and press the delete key. It's deleted to your recycle bin which needs to occasionally be emptied also.
 

HarleyM

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Thanks to you all. I have now gotten rid of all my unwanted wallpaper and screen savers. Thanks again.
HarleyM :)
 
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