Bing Dynamic: Bing's First RSS-fed Windows 7 Theme
Article by George Norman
On 16 Aug 2010
The great thing about Windows 7 is that you don’t have to use just one image as your desktop wallpaper; you can use a whole bunch of images as the wallpaper. You can set it up so that the wallpaper changes every few minutes, every hour, or ever time you boot up the computer.

The great thing about Microsoft’s Bing search engine, from a visual point of view at least, is that every day you get to see a different high quality image on the search engine’s homepage. These images are so good that you could use them as your Windows 7 wallpaper. To satisfy all the users who would like to use Bing images as their wallpaper, from time to time Bing takes the best images and puts them together in a handy Windows 7 theme pack.

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So far we’ve seen the release of Bing’s Best 1, Bing’s Best 2, Bing’s Best 3, and Bing’s Best Japan. Each of these theme packs for Windows 7 contain a large number of top quality, incredibly good looking images that will fit perfectly on your desktop.

Bing has now announced the launch of a new theme pack for Windows 7. Called Bing Dynamic this theme pack is different from what we’ve seen so far. The difference is that it is not just a collection of good looking images; this is Bing’s first RSS-fed theme pack. What does that mean? It means that the Bing Dynamic updates itself automatically through an RSS feed. You will thus get two new photos from Bing each week for a period of three months.

“Switch it up! Receive two new photos from Bing every week for three months, with this Windows 7 theme that updates automatically through an RSS feed,” says the Bing Dynamic description.

To get the Bing Dynamic theme pack for Windows 7, please click here.
If you would like to get other theme packs for Windows 7, visit the Windows Personalization Gallery here. Besides Windows 7 themes, the site also features desktop backgrounds, desktop gadgets and SideShow gadgets.
To get started with Microsoft’s Bing search engine, please click here.






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