Wallpaper Engine is home to millions of awesome and stunning background wallpapers. It also has an amazing and talented community dedicated to creating these beautiful wallpapers for everyone to enjoy.
No matter where you are from, Wallpaper Engine is always available for under $5. That’s a small price to pay for the amount of utility and customization that the app provides. It’s one of the best buys from the Steam store, and you should definitely take a look at it if you don’t have it yet.
Wallpaper Engine can instantly make your desktop feel like a new one. It offers stunning live images, and you can even create your own. However, it needs to be running in the background if you want to maintain the animations and interactions in your wallpaper. Make sure to allow it to automatically start after opening your PC.
Automatically Start Wallpaper Engine on Boot
It’s actually very easy to have Wallpaper Engine start automatically.
- Open up Wallpaper Engine and find its icon in the taskbar.
- Click on the Wallpaper Engine icon on the taskbar and select “Settings.”
- Go to the “General” tab and find the “Start with Windows” option.
- Put a check on the “Start with Windows” option and then click on “OK.”
After that, you should be good to go, and Wallpaper Engine should start auto start when you open your PC.
If Wallpaper Engine isn’t automatically starting, you can try checking it through the Task Manager.
- Press ctrl + alt + delete to open up the Windows Task Manager. Alternatively, you can also simply search for it using the search bar.
- Go to the “Startup” tab and look for “wallpaper32.”
- Make sure that the status is set to “Enabled” for Wallpaper Engine to run correctly.
If it still doesn’t work, uncheck the “Start with Windows” option, restart your PC and try again.
It’s normal for Wallpaper Engine to take a while to load. It will try its best to start up as fast as it can, but if you have a lot of programs and apps that automatically start with Windows, it can take a while. It waits for Steam to be load, before opening Wallpaper Engine.
You can also try clicking on the “Set High Priority” button if you want Wallpaper Engine to start up faster. This tags Wallpaper Engine as a “Windows Service” and loads it first before other startup programs or applications.
That’s everything you need to know to make Wallpaper Engine auto start with Windows. Hopefully, we were able to help you with this guide.