How to Install a Desktop Wallpaper
When you first get a new computer, one of the first things you'll want to do is change the ugly desktop wallpaper to something that fits your personality. If you like sports, maybe you'll want a picture of your favorite player, or if you like movies, perhaps the poster from one of your favorite movies. Whatever your choice, you need to know how to get that image as your wallpaper with ease. Here's a quick guide before we jump into all of the great Underworld wallpapers I've found for you.
1. First, find the image you want online. The best way to do this is to go to Google.com, click the "image" tab at the top, and then type in whatever you've looking for followed by the word "wallpaper". For instance, if I want a desktop background of Star Wars, I could search "Star Wars wallpaper".
2. When you find an image you like, check to see that it has a high enough resolution to be used as a desktop background. Most monitors are fairly large, so you'll want an image that is at least "1024x786" or high, but you could go for something smaller if you're okay with it looking a little blurry. Alternately, you can use Google's image search settings and select the "large" option, meaning Google will only display images that are large enough to use as desktop backgrounds.
3. Right click (or Control+Click if you have a single-click mouse) and select the option that most closely resembled "Set as desktop background." This is what it says in Firefox, but the actually phrasing can vary depending on what internet browser you're using.
4. Once you click the correct button, minimize your browser window (or click F11 on a Mac) and you should see your image behind all of those desktop icons!
Now, onto those Underworld wallpapers!