In computing, a 'wallpaper' is an image used as the background of a computer screen. Static wallpaper contains icons and other Graphical User Interface (GUI) elements that can be moved around. Live wallpaper is more advanced (and could be termed 'dynamic') since it is animated or interactive. Live wallpaper moves when the device (usually a smartphone) is moved, or the wallpaper moves on the computer background without user-actions required. Windows 10 has built-in wallpapers. However, if you are tired of the same wallpaper, you can choose any image and assign it as the desktop background/wallpaper. There is also a slideshow feature that allows you to select several images as the wallpaper and they change depending on the preferences you set. These features apply to photos only, but you can try live wallpapers if you want to try something new. Windows 10, however, does not support animated/live wallpapers - there is no built-in feature. Therefore, to use live wallpapers, you must install third-party software. Before continuing, some warnings. Live wallpapers use CPU resources, which can be an issue, especially if you like to play video games. In this case, we recommend that you keep live wallpaper disabled. If you have a powerful computer capable of running Windows 10, these wallpapers should not be a problem. We should also note that many paid third-party software packages enable live wallpapers, but these might be paid.