Windows 8 will be available for $1,999 on June 6, the Windows Store announced today.
It is one of the first major Windows releases to be free of ads, and it includes a new set of desktop backgrounds that are designed to help users customize their PCs.
The background packages are part of the Windows 8 Developer Preview, which is available for download for Windows 7 and Windows 8 users who purchase the new operating system.
In addition to offering the default desktop backgrounds of the new Windows 8 OS, the desktop backgrounds offer a variety of additional options for customization.
The new background packages include “desktop tower” wallpaper that can be customized with the following settings: wallpaper color, height, and orientation.
You can customize the color, and the height and orientation of the background.
For example, the default wallpaper color might be a bright white that is centered in the center of the screen.
You also can adjust the wallpaper to the desktop tower wallpaper color by selecting the “Desktop Tower” tab in the Appearance pane.
The wallpaper will be automatically rotated and stretched to the desired height.
Windows 8 includes a number of other desktop background options.
You will be able to use the “desktop” icon in the corners of the desktop to quickly access your favorite apps, and you can customize which apps get a separate desktop background.
To make the wallpaper, you can drag the icon to the edge of the wallpaper and it will appear as a desktop background icon.
You have to select a desktop wallpaper image to set the background image.
You’ll also be able access your favorites in the Windows Desktop, and they will be displayed as a separate icon in that menu.
Desktop wallpaper options include “Desktop,” “Tile,” and “Grid” backgrounds.
“Desktop” and “Tile” are the default options when you launch the Windows desktop.
The “Grid Background” background has a grid pattern that is different than the grid of the “Tile Background.”
The grid background is a rectangular pattern that stretches across the desktop.
This is a great way to use your background to create a custom desktop.
For more information about the Desktop background options, read “The new Windows Desktop Background Package.”
Desktop background themes can also be added to Windows 8 to create more customized backgrounds.
The Desktop Background Theme tab in Windows 8 lets you choose from a list of desktop wallpaper themes that you can install from the Start Menu or the Windows Settings app.
These desktop wallpaper options can include a number different backgrounds, and each theme is available in a number settings, including the wallpaper color and height.
You’re able to set up and customize wallpaper themes to use different backgrounds for different applications.
If you want to use a different background for the Start menu or Windows Settings, you have to change the wallpaper background settings in Windows, and then apply the settings.
The theme options for Windows 8 Desktop Backgrounds include “Windows Desktop,” “Wallpaper,” and an “Open” wallpaper theme.
You are also able to change which applications get the wallpaper wallpaper background and which applications do not.
You may also choose from different backgrounds to create your own wallpaper themes.
The Windows 8 Theme tab allows you to apply a desktop wallpapers theme to the Windows logo.
The Wallpaper theme is the default background that is available when you open the Start screen or the Start Page, but you can also change it.
You should be aware that the wallpaper theme option may not work properly if the Windows system has not been upgraded.
To set up a wallpaper theme, go to Windows Settings > Appearance > Desktop Theme.
Desktop backgrounds are available in four colors: white, black, yellow, and gray.
The white, Black, and Yellow backgrounds are only available in the Start Screen and Start Page themes, while the gray wallpaper theme is only available when the desktop wallpaper theme setting is enabled.
The desktop background colors can be changed in Windows Settings.
When you launch a desktop, you’ll see the background and wallpaper color options in the Desktop Background Settings tab in Start.
The default desktop wallpaper will appear in the background menu.
You cannot change the background color in the Background tab in Control Panel.
Desktop background images can also display in a different color for each application.
For instance, if you want a desktop picture to appear in different colors for different apps, you must change the desktop background theme.
To change the color of the current desktop wallpaper, go back to Start, click Desktop Background, and choose “Change Desktop Background.”
In the “Change desktop background” dialog box, you should see a new “Change wallpaper color” option.
You must select the desktop portrait wallpaper and set the color in either “Wallpapers” or “Theme” settings.
If there is no color change in the “Wallicons” or theme settings, then the wallpaper will not appear.
You don’t have to wait for the wallpaper image files to download before you can change the wallpapers background.
If your background image files don’t download, you may have to manually download the images for each wallpaper and then