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Replace Windows Media Player 12 Library Background Image With Your Own

Few months back we had published a post, which describes ‘how to enable six hidden library background images in Windows Media Player 12 and apply it’. Here is how to insert your own image in WMP12 Library background, which gives more fun to your WMP12.

The little, portable tool WMP12 Library Background Changer allows you to use custom images or your existing desktop wallpaper as a background image. You can also enable six hidden library backgrounds exist in Windows Media Player 12 with this tool.

It is very easy to use. Just run it (no installation needed), select an image by clicking ‘Replace’ button and click ‘Apply’ button. That’s it. Remember to use a light background image.

WMP12 Library Background Changer can be downloaded at developer’s site here.


  1. Wow!!! Awesome!! Thanks a million

    -Tyko Brian


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