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lenjackSat Aug-01-20 09:42 PM
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"Post image as background...how to"


          

W10. I frequently find astronomy photos that I would like to use as my desktop background. I use Chrome exclusively, and cannot find this option. It was there in IE. I'd be grateful for some guidance.

  

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jbmcmillanSun Aug-02-20 05:41 AM
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Only way I know is right click save image as and then through the personalize menu set the image as your background.

  

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lenjackSun Aug-02-20 05:15 PM
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Thanks. I found it in the personalization settings. IE made it so much easier, but I refuse to use that.

  

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jbmcmillanSun Aug-02-20 05:36 PM
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IE isn't even really supported anymore Chromium based Edge is actually pretty good and is what I use as a daily driver these days.

  

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lenjackSun Aug-02-20 05:46 PM
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I can't get used to Edge. Very happy with Chrome.

  

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KJTSun Aug-02-20 06:08 PM
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I don't see a whole lot of difference between Chrome and new Edge Chromium.

Most all Chrome extensions work in the new Edge - and vice-versa. Visit the Chrome web store to download all your favorite Chrome extensions into Edge Chromium: and checkout MS's Edge A-ons site also.

Jim.

  

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