I didn't know that, I've always put .bmp's or .jpg's in the web/wallpaper folder - you learn something new every dayIf you save it as a .BMP to the root of the C:\Windows folder it is automaticly added to the list of backgrounds in display properties without going to the web/wallpaper folder...
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