Yes you can change your desktop background from the Control Panel. The Control Panel is an administrative tool in Windows that allows users to modify their system including the desktop background.
To change your desktop background, open the Control Panel by pressing the “Windows” key + “X” on your keyboard. This will bring up the Power User Menu. Click on the Control Panel option. This will bring up a list of options for you to choose from.
Once you’re in the Control Panel, click on the “Personalization” option or “Appearance and Personalization” if you’re using Windows 8.1. In the Personalization window, there is an option at the bottom left of the screen called “Desktop Background”. Click this option and you will be taken to a page that contains several different images. Select the image you want to be your desktop background by clicking on it.
The image should then appear as your desktop background. If you wish to customize the image further, you can do so by clicking the “Change Picture every” drop-down menu and choosing the amount of time you want the background to switch between images. You can also select the “Position” drop-down menu to change how the image appears on the screen. Once you’re finished customizing the image, click “Save changes” and your new desktop background should appear.
If you want to reset your desktop background to its default setting, click on the “Restore Defaults” button in the personalization window. This will reset the background to the stock Microsoft Windows image.
In conclusion, you can definitely change your desktop background from the Control Panel. It is a straightforward process that takes just a few minutes and the results are worth it. Not only can you make the desktop more aesthetically pleasing, but you can also choose which image cycle (if any) should be used.