What you'll find here are Windows 7 wallpapers. And I mean Windows 7 themes and logo related artwork. Some of them released by enthusiastic people across the net, some of them released by us. All free for personal use. At normal and widescreen resolutions. For your desktop, mobile or your iPad. And some dual screen high resolution for lucky people who have a dual monitor system. You will find here also some related stuff, like how to install your own theme, or how to upgrade, optimize and maintain your system clean. And some reviews for free graphical software we used to bring these wallpapers to life.
That's all for now. Feel free to give us your feedback, and help keep this page nice and useful. Your suggestions are always welcomed.
With the advent of Windows 7 setting up a home network (or an intranet) is easier then ever. To achieve this goal we'll have to
make some assumptions about what kind of network we want, about hardware and software requirements we'll need.
Planning the network
So, we'll assume that we'll set a wireless network.
Other option will be wired network but wireless mode offers much more mobility and an easier way to connect.
Wireless connections give you this mobility since they use radio waves to send information between computers. And speaking about connection we'll
have to have an ISP (Internet Service Provider) to give our network access to the Internet.
First we'll need a router. A router is the equipment that connects your home network to Internet.
Basically the router will translate the internet IP address that's coming from your ISP to local IPs from your network. Router has to be installed and configured, but this will go somehow in sync with setting up
your computer wirless adapter.
So the steps are:
Connect the router to the ISP (plug the cable from ISP to the 'internet' or 'uplink' connection)
Start the router.
On your computer install your wireless adapter if there is none. The installation process will result in building the appropriate Internet connection to link your computer with the router. At this point
your computer (desktop or laptop) should pe connected on local intranet
Configure the router software. To do that you'll just have to access local address http://192.168.1.1 from your default browser.
This address can be found with router documentation and sometimes may be different. (like 192.168.1.254, or something).
When asked for name and password just type 'admin' for both, this will work for all routers I've worked with until now.
Configure router software.
First build settings for your Internet Provider: most likely static IP, dynamic IP, PPPoE;
Enable DHCP server over the router in order to dynamically assign IPs over your network; or alternative set up static IP for each computer from your network;
Set up security settings (disable SSID broadcast, enable wireless security, WEP, WPAL, etc)
Important. All wallpapers on this website belong to their respective copyright holders, Wallpapers can only be downloaded from this website for personal use as desktop wallpapers.If you feel that any content on the site infringes your copyrights, and want it to be removed, or maybe to be mentioned as credit (name, site or other identity), contact us for solving this problem as soon as possible. Dual screen monitor wallpapres are however original or derivative work from existing images. These images are proprietary photos, licensed from stock sources, or from internet. The same rules applies in this case, too. If you wish to use these wallpapers for any other purpose, you must get permission from their respective authors. Thank-you for understanding.
Use this image for your MySpace or Twitter background
In order to have this image as background, just put this code in your 'About Me' profile box:
Unlike MySpace, for Twitter there is no code to insert. You only should download the wallpaper into yoour computer and follow steps 1-8, when setting your account. And also you should read this about choosing your twitter background resolution image.