Listen up, these are the best and worst wallpapers in Windows history.
We find the lack of a vista as a default background for Windows Vista to be greatly disturbing.
We don't have anything against pretty flowers, we just don't understand why these particular flowers are the default background for Windows 8.
Some may say this wallpaper was offensively singular, but we'd just call it teal.
A bit more brooding and darker than Windows 10's default wallpaper today. This version was struck down to make way for a more vibrant option.
We'll admit this lacks that certain je ne sais quoi—this is more 'regular desert' than 'red moon desert'—but it's still the best of the bunch for Windows 8.
There's a certain allure to Pringles that we can't shake. A forbidden snack, the crystal Pringle. Anyone else feeling hungry right now?
Windows XP undoubtedly offered the best default wallpapers. This wallpaper elicits thoughts to cozy jumpers, a roaring fire, and frolicking in leaves.
The most striking example of right down the middle, no-risk corporate imagery. If there's a Windows wallpaper that defines Windows wallpapers, this is it.
This wallpaper isn't photographer Charles O'Rear's best known work, but this gorgeous shot of a South African desert is perhaps his best.
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