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Set Google Homepage Background To Bing Daily Image

Each day Bing homepage features a new background image, through which we can see the beauty of our mother earth every day. Would you like to see these beautiful Bing background image daily on your Google homepage? Here is how it is.

Bing wallpaper for Google homepage is a Chrome extension that will bring the Bing daily image to your Google homepage. Your Chrome’s start page should be set to to see the image.

The only problem is that, the Bing image of the day comes in low resolution (960×500 pixel) and on Google it stretches the entire screen. Therefore, sometimes the image would appear unclear on Google.

However, you can also set the extension to display images from Bing’s Dynamic themes (which are high-resolution images), or can also use images from Picasa. The settings can be accessed from extension’s option menu.

Bing wallpaper for Google homepage can be downloaded from Chrome Web Store [via – Chromespot]


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