So recently when I did this for a client, they recommended that I do this for everyone. I figured the best thing would be to post custom wallpapers from SanTanValley.com for you to download and use on your own personal computer. The wallpaper came from two images - One of the images (the one with the mug). I originally did a few years ago for a client to use on their PC. I instructed them not to use the image commercially since they had not purchased the rights to the image. Unfortunately they did anyway, and that's why the coffee mug may look familiar. You have to be careful not to use images off the web that are owned by others because even years later someone can come after you for lots of money.
After looking through my photo database, I saw this image and thought it would go great with another that I took myself while I was visiting Encanterra for the Joe Gibson Memorial Run, of which SanTanValley.com was a major sponsor. There are so many wonderful views at Encanterra it was difficult to choose just one ( I may put up others later). This is the final image that I came up with:
If you have not used a background/wallpaper before I have the instructions on how to change it below. Don't forget you can always call me @ 602-443-0073 or send an email to
. While there are many screen sizes, here are the ones that I made for you to download.
Right click on the links below and click SAVE AS, to download the size that best fits your screen resolution.
(On a Windows 7 computer, to determine your screen resolution, simply go to Desktop, place your cursor in an open area and right click. Then choose SCREEN RESOLUTION and you'll see which is yours)
800 x 600
1024 x 768
1152 x 864
1280 x 720
1280 x 960
1280 x 1024
1600 x 1200
1920 x 1080
There are multiple ways to set your wallpaper. Here are the instructions from Microsoft on how to do it in Windows 7.
In Microsoft's Tip it shows one of the easiest ways to do this. This is similar in multiple versions of Microsoft Windows.
You can make any picture stored on your computer (or a picture you are currently viewing) your desktop background by right-clicking the picture, and then clicking Set as Desktop Background."