-> Recently I’ve been toying around with a couple of windows 7 version. From Windows 7 starter to Windows 7 Ultimate. I’m not a fan of fancy desktop. So a aero glass and all those glossy mossy stuff don’t budge me a bit when choosing a type of Windows. So I chose to stick with Windows 7 Starter edition. This edition was meant for netbook users as it is a smaller version of Windows without all the heavy networking and virtual client mod that you don’t need if you are just a typical home user.
It’s little bit faster I might say with all the fancy graphic features like aero peek been disabled on this edition. After I’ve setup my machine for like an hour I just found out that Windows 7 starter edition can’t change its freaking wallpaper. Microsoft really made something out of this version. They had to remove this very basic customization features that has been in their operating system line for over 15 years! Yes its true I’m not a fan of fancy thing, but do you expect me to stare at Microsoft logo everytime I start my computer? Hell NO!
But not to worry. There’s a couple of workaround that you can find that’s gonna involve editing windows system files to make it available again. If you are planning to get involved with butt hurting technique you can go on or you just might want to use this nifty tool to change windows 7 starter edition desktop background without sweat.