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mbratch

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Photo "Set As" "Application Background" - does what?

Just a dumb question: what does this operation do? When in the photos application, select a picture. Then right click. There's a "Set as" button. You click that and there are a couple of choices. One is "Application Background". What is that? I could just click it and see what it does, but I didn't want to change something away from a default and find that I couldn't figure out how to get the default back. So I thought I'd ask here. :)
 
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Is this big blue thing what you are talking about ?


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mbratch

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After poking around, it appears to just set the background of the photo application itself. How useful... I guess I'll pass as I don't care about that (assuming that's what it does). Funny that it's so hard to find the answer to such a basic question in Windows 8.
 

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    Win 7 / Win 8
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    Intel i5-510m / Intel i3-3110m
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    4GB / 8GB
    Monitor(s) Displays
    15.6"

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