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Microsoft celebrates Pride with a new set of Windows Wallpapers

Microsoft has shared a new set of vibrant wallpapers to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Global LGBTQIA+ Employees and Allies at Microsoft (GLEAM). If you are looking for some colorful wallpapers for your Windows PC, then you will find one in the new Microsoft Pride wallpapers collection.

Last week, Microsoft officially shared details on its blog and said, “At a time when LGBTQIA+, transgender, non-binary, and gender-expansive communities need support, Microsoft invites everyone to keep and make more Pride by sharing stories, open-sourcing the entire Pride campaign design, contributing to LGBTQIA+ organizations, and creating a wide product release.”

After sharing six wallpapers last week, the Microsoft Design team continued their generosity by sharing four more colorful wallpapers yesterday. These vibrant and eye-catching wallpapers are perfect for adorning your desktop. All these wallpapers are available in 4320 X 2880 pixels resolution, so, there’s no need to be worried about the quality of images.

Microsoft often delights Windows users by sharing a variety of wallpapers on special occasions. For instance, you can explore the World Oceans Day wallpapers and Pride 2020 wallpapers. If you are looking for a new theme for your Windows 11 PC, then you can check out our list of best Windows 11 themes.

Here’s the preview of the new Pride wallpapers shared by Microsoft.

Note: Below are the preview images of the wallpapers and just for the representation. Preview is not in the original quality so don’t download from images. Use the download link given in the download section below.

If you like the above-listed wallpapers and want to use the new wallpapers on your PC or tablet, then you can download the high quality photos using below links.

Once downloaded, head over to the downloads folder, and choose the wallpaper you want to set on your smartphone’s home screen or lock screen. Open it and then tap on the three-dots menu icon to set the wallpaper. That’s it.

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