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Not only do Google's latest Pixel devices come with many hardware improvements over the previous model, but they also pack quite a few new software features. The devices offer several innovative features like real-time live translation, improved call screening, Magic Eraser, and more. In addition, the phones also ship with a host of new wallpapers. We've previously shared a few leaked wallpapers from the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, and now we finally have access to the complete repository. If you're not in the market for a new phone but want to give your current daily driver the Pixel 6 look, you can now download the Pixel 6 wallpapers from the links below.
The Pixel 6 series comes with a couple of beautiful wallpapers of flowers. The wallpapers are all photos of flowers/plants taken by photographer Andrew Zuckerman, and they're part of the new Bloom collection. These wallpapers are available in both light and dark themes.
The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro also come with a new Motif wallpaper collection. This collection is divided into two sections -- \"Floating\" by Antti Kalevi and \"Pieces of G\" from Letman. The Floating wallpaper set is described as \"Hints of form and color create playful places,\" and it consists of wallpapers with natural shapes of flora. The Pieces of G collection is described as \"Cutouts create a collage of color,\" and it consists of wallpapers abstract imagery created with parts of the iconic Google logo.
Along with the static wallpaper collections mentioned above, the Pixel 6 series also comes with several live wallpapers. The live wallpapers are motion-sensitive and react to you moving your device around. The live wallpapers are essentially animated versions of the Bloom collection highlighted above.
XDA Forum Member trzpro has extracted the wallpapers and you can install them on most devices running Android 11 and above. Follow the instructions given in the forum post linked below to get them on your device.
In addition, the Pixel 6 series comes with a few other miscellaneous wallpapers that combine elements from the collections mentioned above with some abstract designs. You can download them from the Google Drive folder linked below.
The business wants to rebrand and as part of that I need to deploy a new wallpaper (desktop background) to all Windows 7 machines. I am not sure whether to use Group Policy (GP) or Group Policy Preference (GPP). The new background has to be on the users desktop as soon as they login on the Monday morning. Am I right in saying that if I use a GPP the registry settings would be applied when the users logged in but the actual image wouldn't be changed until a subsequent login 1e1e36bf2d