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Download latest build Windows 7 user pictures and wallpapers for XP and Vista

Want to give a new look to your Windows XP or Vista desktop? A deviantart user has released a pack of latest build of Windows 7 wallpapers that can be downloaded from here (39Mb). Moreover you can also download Windows7 user pictures and can be installed on Windows XP or Windows Vista. You can download user pictures from here (1.5Mb).

To install the user picture on Windows XP, place them to: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft\User Account Pictures\Default Pictures. (‘Application Data’ is a hidden folder. In order to see it, select ‘’Show hidden files and folders’ from Windows explorer /Tools /Folder options /View)

To install them on Windows vista, place them to: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\User Account Pictures\Default Pictures [via]


  1. Thanks a lot for these wallpapers. I just downloaded the complete pack and it contains some of the best wallpapers ever seen


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