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Over the last 18 weeks, we’ve released 16 wallpaper packs—each with 50 wallpapers*. In this post, we recap these collections and provide links to them all. Have fun finding a new desktop wallpaper!

Update: Check out the second and third collection of 800 wallpapers.

*One of the wallpaper sites we usually link to has changed its design and is now riddled with ads. Because of this, I’ve removed all links to this site, which takes the number slightly lower than 800.

Desktop Wallpaper: 50 High-resolution Wallpapers for Windows, Linux, Mac [Set 1]

Desktop Wallpaper Collection 1

50 High-resolution Wallpapers [Set 2]

Desktop Wallpaper Collection 2

50 High-resolution Wallpapers [Set 3]

Desktop Wallpaper Collection 3

50 High-resolution Wallpapers [Set 4]

Desktop Wallpaper Collection 4

50 High-resolution Wallpapers [Set 5]

Desktop Wallpaper Collection 5

50 High-resolution Wallpapers [Set 6]

Desktop Wallpaper Collection 6

50 High-resolution Wallpapers [Set 7]

Desktop Wallpaper Collection 7

50 High-resolution Wallpapers [Set 8]

Desktop Wallpaper Collection 8

50 High-resolution Wallpapers [Set 9]

Desktop Wallpaper Collection 9

50 High-resolution Wallpapers [Set 10]

Desktop Wallpaper Collection 10

50 High-resolution Wallpapers [Set 11]

Desktop Wallpaper Collection 11

50 High-resolution Wallpapers [Set 12]

Desktop Wallpaper Collection 12

50 High-resolution Wallpapers [Set 13]

Desktop Wallpaper Collection 13

50 High-resolution Wallpapers [Set 14]

Desktop Wallpaper Collection 14

50 High-resolution Wallpapers [Set 15]

Desktop Wallpaper Collection 15

50 High-resolution Wallpapers [Set 16]

Desktop Wallpaper Collection 16

Even More Desktop Wallpaper



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