Desktop Wallpapers

Full screen (1280 x1024)
Widescreen (1440 x 900)

Ws

Full screen (1280 x1024)
Widescreen (1440 x 900)

Ws

Full screen (1280 x1024)
Widescreen (1440 x 900)

Full screen (1280 x1024)
Widescreen (1440 x 900)

Full screen (1280 x1024)
Widescreen (1440 x 900)

Ws

Full screen (1280 x1024)
Widescreen (1440 x 900)

Full screen (1280 x1024)
Widescreen (1440 x 900)

Ws

Full screen (1280 x1024)
Widescreen (1440 x 900)

Ws

Full screen (1280 x1024)
Widescreen (1440 x 900)





Cell Phone Wallpapers

(240 x 320)
(176 x 220)

(240 x 320)
(176 x 220)

(240 x 320)
(176 x 220)

(240 x 320)
(176 x 220)

(240 x 320)
(176 x 220)

(240 x 320)
(176 x 220)


Installing wallpaper

(Select system to expand)


Choosing the right size image

Windows
  • Right click on an empty area of your desktop and choose Properties.
  • Click the Settings tab.
  • In the Screen Area box you will see "1280 by 1024 pixels" or similar numbers. This is your monitor resolution.
  • If the image sizes listed above do not match your resolution, choose the next largest image for best results.
Mac OS X
  • From the Apple Menu, choose System Preferences.
  • Click Displays. If necessary, click the Display tab. Your current resolution is highlighted in the list of resolutions on the left.
  • If the image sizes listed above do not match your resolution, choose the next largest image for best results.

Setting the image as wallpaper

Windows
  • Click the link that matches your monitor resolution.
  • The image will open in the browser window. Right-click on the image and from the pop-menu choose Set as wallpaper.
Mac OS X
  • Click the link that matches your monitor resolution.
  • The image will open in the browser window. Control-click on the image and select Download image to disk... from the menu to save the image to a location on your hard drive. Remember this location. A good location to save desktop images is the Pictures folder in your home directory.
  • From the Apple Menu, choose System Preferences and click Desktop.
  • In the Collections drop-down, choose Pictures folder if you saved the image there. Otherwise, select Choose Folder and browse to the folder where you saved the image. Drag the image into the screen well to set it as your desktop picture.

Instructions for Cell Phones

Cell Phones
  • Download the image to your computer (for help, see above instructions on downloading wallpapers).
  • To transfer the image from your computer, you will need to use a data transfer cable or a Bluetooth connection between your phone and your computer; you may also try e-mailing the image as an attachment to your phone, if your plan and phone support such service.
  • Due to the variety of configurations among cell phones and wireless providers, Marquette University is not able to offer technical help in setting up wallpapers. Please refer to your cell phone manual and/or provider for assistance.