March 27, 2015

Florida Trend Wallpaper: Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale at sunrise

| 2/1/2011
UF Campus in Gainesville
Fort Lauderdale at sunrise
[Photo courtesy Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance. Photo by Ken Henson]

As a "perk" for our registered users, you may download and use the photo shown above as free desktop wallpaper. To use the wallpaper, first choose from one of several sizes (below). Different sizes have been prepared to work with different monitor resolutions.

If you don't know what your current monitor resolution is:
» On a PC, right-click on your desktop, select Properties and then Settings.
» On a Mac, click on the Apple (top left), select Preferences, then click on Display.

Screen Resolution (Rectangular):
1920 X 12001680 X 10501440 X 9001280 X 800

Screen Resolution (Square):
1600 X 12001280 X 10241024 X 768

Not sure how to change your wallpaper? Here are instructions:

» For PCs: Click on the link above that best fits your screen resolution. To set image as wallpaper, wait until the full-sized image displays in your browser window, then right-click on the image and choose "Set as Background."

» For Macs: After the image has fully displayed, click on the image and hold down the mouse button. Choose "Save this Image as ..." and save to your desktop. Open Control Panels, then Desktop Pictures and click Picture to bring up the last image used for your background. Click Remove Picture to delete the last image, then click Select Picture. Choose your saved image from the list and click Position Automatically.

Wallpaper images are for personal use only. No other reproduction, no copying or cropping is allowed.

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