Microsoft Releases Bing 2013 Homepages Wallpaper Pack – Free Download

The company has created a pack with this year’s Bing homepages

As you might know by now if you’re already a Microsoft fanatic, the Redmond-based tech giant is showcasing a different image on the Bing search engine every day, in an attempt to attract more users to this particular service.

Most of these photos look astonishing and are created by professional photographers from all over the world, making the Bing search engine indeed look great.

Since homepages are registering such a terrific success, at least as far as Microsoft is concerned, the tech giant has decided to create a pack with the most popular photos of the year and allow users to let them use as wallpapers for their desktops.

As a bonus, Microsoft has also included a screensaver using the same photos, with all items included in just a single package that installs in just a matter of seconds.

“At Bing, we are obsessed with great imagery. Our team pores over thousands of photos to deliver you that one special homepage image that showcases the world from a new perspective,” Microsoft said.

“From underwater mangroves to Himalayan mountain ranges, you were able to traverse the planet on the homepage in 2013. With that in mind, we thought it would be interesting to end the year highlighting the top ten most popular homepages based on your interaction.”

Of course, these wallpapers can be used on any version of Windows on the market, but Microsoft hopes that you’ll set them as desktop backgrounds on Windows 8.1. As far as this particular OS version is concerned, the wallpapers and the screensaver can be installed on both desktops and tablets, as Microsoft has made the package compatible with x86, x64, and ARM configurations.

Overall, there is no doubt that every single customization tool released by Microsoft comes in handy to plenty of users out there, so download the new Bing Homepages Wallpaper & Screensaver Pack right now to make your desktop look nice for Christmas.

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