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Desktop Background Slideshow Changes Settings by Itself

Desktop background slide show (method 1)
1. To open the Power User Configuration window, use the keyboard shortcut Windows Key + R, then type powercfg.cpl and hit Enter.

2. Next to the power plan you wish to modify, look for a link that says “Change plan options.”

3. From the menu that drops down, select the option to Change advanced power settings.

4. After opening the Desktop wallpaper settings, select Slideshow from the menu.

5. Verify that the Pause option is selected in the Slideshow settings for both the On battery and Plugged in modes of operation.

6. To make the modifications take effect, restart your computer.

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Disable Windows Sync (method 2)

1. Right-click anywhere on the desktop and choose Personalize from the context-sensitive menu that appears.

2. Navigate to the Themes section of the menu on the left.

3. Navigate to the Related Settings section and click the “Sync your settings” button.

4. Ensure that the toggle for “Sync settings” is not active and has been turned off.

5. To make the modifications take effect, restart your computer.

6. Whether you want to test if you can fix the problem where the backdrop of your desktop automatically changes in Windows 10, try changing the wallpaper of your desktop back to the image you desire.

Change the desktop background (method 3)

1. Right-click anywhere on the desktop and choose Personalize from the context-sensitive menu that appears.

2. Choose Picture from the menu that appears when you hover over Background.

3. Next, locate the image you wish to use by clicking the Browse button that is located in the section labelled Choose your photo.

4. You have the option to either fill, fit, stretch, tile, centre, or span under the given criteria. Pick a scale that works for your displays.

5. To make the modifications take effect, restart your computer.


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Questions from Users: 1. What is the most effective approach to prevent my desktop wallpaper from automatically changing?

User Questions:

Users shouldn’t be able to alter the image that is displayed on their desktop.
To open the Run command, enter the keyboard shortcut that consists of the Windows key and the letter R.
Simply enter gpedit.msc followed by the OK button to launch the Local Group Policy Editor.
Proceed in the following manner:
Double-click the option that says “Prevent changing desktop background policy,” then select that option.
From the drop-down menu, select the Enabled option.
Make the necessary adjustments.
To continue, select the OK button.
2. What is a slideshow of the many settings for the desktop background?

One of the image’s results is titled “Desktop Background Slideshow Changes Settings on Its Own.”

One of the new features that comes with Windows 7 is the option to personalise your computer’s desktop by using a slideshow of wallpaper. Putting together a slideshow of your wallpaper is a breeze when you use the Personalization settings in Windows 7. You can choose which images to include in the slide show by using your mouse to hover over them and then clicking the check box that appears.

3. Mac, what caused the rapid change in the background of my screen?

To begin, if your Mac has a feature called Dynamic wallpaper, the picture on your desktop can rotate on its own. This problem could also be affected by other causes, such as faults in the software or an external display.

4. Why does the background on my desktop keep shifting?

Within the Control Panel, navigate to the Appearance and Personalization > Personalization menu option. Make your selection from the drop-down menu labelled Desktop Icon Settings. De-select the box that says Allow themes to change desktop icons near the box’s bottom left corner. To leave, use the Apply > OK button.

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Simply enter Settings into the search box or ask Cortana for help, and then hit the Enter key on your keyboard.
Choose “Personalization” from the list of available options.
Choose Picture from the drop-down list located in the Background field. Rather of Slideshow, choose Picture.
You can choose the image you want to use by clicking the Browse button.