The wallpapers that Windows uses by default they always tend to stay in the memory of half the world forever, although perhaps Windows XP has the upper hand for the memorable. However, the one in Windows 10 beats you at something: variations.
Although in almost six years that Windows 10 has been with us Microsoft has only included two variations of the wallpaper with the logo (the classic dark blue and the light blue that came with the May 2019 update), there are many fans and creators who have dedicated themselves to designing their own different styles. Here is a little test.
This is part of a small collection uploaded to Wallpaper Hub, a site that we have talked about before because it is a good place to find Windows backgrounds and other Microsoft products.
The background has three variants, an orange, a light and a dark one. You may download them all in multiple resolutions up to 4K from this link.
This is part of the Windows 10 & Edge Fluent collection from the same previous creator. It also has three variations, one blue, one light and one dark.
On the same website there are a couple of Windows 10X-style backgrounds created by Ty Ortiz. You can download them here:
This other collection called Outline has four variations in different pastel colors with bright touches.
This one has two variations and is called Windows x Hololens:
This pair is extremely silly but fun for fans of Untitled Goose Game, it is Untitled Goose Wallpaper:
This is a tribute collection to all the backgrounds of the latest old versions of Windows. It has five different backgrounds:
These four are part of an official Windows 10 theme created by Microsoft that you can download from the App Store. It includes four backgrounds:
This is a collection of four minimalist Windows 10 backgrounds, you can find the pack on DeviantArt:
A large part of these backgrounds come from the Windows section of Wallpaper Hub and we are not going to include all of them, but the most prominent ones. The rest they will have download links below to search them in different resolutions in their respective sites of origin.