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7 Official Panoramic Themes to Beautify Your Windows 8, Windows 8 RT Dual Monitor Setup

If you have dual monitor Windows 8 or Windows RT set up, then you might certainly love these beautiful panoramic themes from Microsoft. Panoramic images are designed to extend across dual monitors (both monitors should have the same resolution settings otherwise, a different image will appear in each monitor). Panoramic themes can also be used on single monitor setups, but only the center part of the image will be visible.

Glaciers panoramic theme: "The northern lights flicker over Iceland, icebergs fill a glacial lake in Alaska, ice formations stand like statues in Argentina. The otherworldly beauty of glaciers is featured in this free panoramic theme".

 Bridges panoramic theme: "Iconic bridges stretched across the skylines of some of the world’s most beautiful and picturesque cities—including Tokyo, Paris, and San Francisco—will expand the view on your desktop with this free panoramic theme".

 Cityscapes panoramic theme: "Bring stunning imagery of some of the most fantastic skylines in the world to your desktop. Hong Kong, London, Vancouver, and Kuala Lumpur will span your screen in full panoramic splendor".

 Forests panoramic theme:  "Ancient beech trees in the autumn glow, redwoods wreathed in flowering rhododendron, a babbling woodland brook, all in full panoramic splendor".

 Horizons panoramic theme: "From Pacific beaches, to mountains, to a wondrous sunrise over the Grand Canyon—the panoramic images in this free theme for Windows 8 and Windows RT were designed to stretch across dual monitors".

Majestic Mountains panoramic theme: "Bring spectacular shots of the world’s most magnificent mountain ranges to your Windows 8 or Windows RT desktop with this free panoramic theme designed to span dual monitors".

Waves panoramic theme: "Ride the rolling waves in this free theme for Windows 8 and Windows RT, in which stunning seascapes span your dual monitors for a truly panoramic effect".


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