Free Desktop Organizer Wallpaper
We like to keep the work files that we are currently using on our desktops for ease of use. We keep our recipes, pictures, screenshots and anything else we reference daily on our desktops. Oh, and we tend to use the desktop as our default place to download stuff from the internet.
Obviously, our desktops can get cluttered and chaotic pretty quickly. Can you relate?
A desktop wallpaper organizer is a great way to organize computer files on your screen. If you’ve got folders, random icons, screenshots, etc. on your desktop then this easy organization hack is for you! Keep your frequently used files on your computer’s desktop without your wallpaper looking like a cluttered mess with one of our wallpaper organizers!
A desktop wallpaper organizer is an image that you set as your computer’s wallpaper with separated boxes or sections to help you organize your computer files.
After you set the image as your desktop wallpaper, then you just have to drag and drop your desktop icons into the correct areas.
The whole process takes about 2 minutes, and you’re left with a visualy appealing, neatly organized computer desktop.
Scroll down for links to download our free desktop organitzers and for usage instructions.
Back to School Desktop Organizer Wallpaper
Teachers and students will enjoy our Back to School Wallpaper. With room for every day of the week and space for the weekend, as well as notes and files, you can set up your computer to see your schedule at a glance.
Neutral Desktop Organizer Wallpaper
A simple, clean design with a weekly schedule, To Do, work, and personal sections. We’ve even included a place to add a calendar widget if you like to have one front and center at all times.
How to Upload a Desktop Organizer Wallpaper on a Mac
Once you’ve got the organizer image downloaded to your computer, if you’re using a Mac, follow these easy steps to change the wallpaper on your desktop:
- Right click on the downloaded wallpaper and choose “Set Desktop Picture”
- Make sure your desktop folders and icons are floating: Click on Finder and go to “View” across the top, select “Sort By” and make sure “none” is checked.
Now you can just drag and drop each item to the section you want.
If you’re not a Mac user, just Google “How to change desktop wallpaper on (insert computer name here)” for instructions for your computer.
And, YES, you can use the FREE desktop wallpaper organizer on a Mac OR a PC!