If you remember, the older version of Windows, like Windows XP, Windows 7, etc., didn’t offer many customization options to its users. However, things have changed massively with Windows 10/11. On Windows 10/11, you get plenty of customization options. Also, Windows 10/11 introduced lots of visual changes to the platform.
We switch the color mode and change the wallpaper whenever we think of customization. However, you can do more with Windows 10/11 when it comes to customization. For example, you can easily set video as a wallpaper on Windows 10/11 operating system in a few easy steps.
BioniX Wallpaper Changer
This article will share another best Windows 10/11 customization trick that allows you to use animated GIFs as wallpaper. The process will be super easy, but it relies on a third-party app called ‘BioniX wallpaper changer.’
Before we share the method, let’s talk a little about the BioniX video wallpaper Animator. It’s a bunch of tiny utility that offers you a wallpaper management option. It brings a wide range of features to enhance your desktop backgrounds. Also, it can be used to set GIFs as wallpaper on Windows 10/11.
Use an Animated GIF As Desktop Wallpaper in Windows 10/11
Once installed, the tool runs silently in the background without affecting your system resources. You can use it to set both videos or GIFs as wallpaper. So, let’s check out how to set GIF as wallpaper on Windows 10 operating system.
1. First, head to this webpage and download the BioniX desktop wallpaper executable file.
2. Once downloaded, install the tool on your computer.
3. Now, you will see a screen like the one below.
4. Now, you need to drag and drop a GIF file to BioniX’s interface. You can download the GIFs from GIF websites like Giphy, Tenor, etc.
5. Now click on the Start button to apply the GIF as wallpaper.
6. Once done, you will find the selected GIF applied as desktop wallpaper on Windows 10.
7. You can make further changes to the tool from the top panel.
Important: BioniX Wallpaper Changer has a few bugs. Sometimes, the GIFs don’t change, and it requires force close from the Task Manager.
That’s it! You are done. This is how you can set GIF as wallpaper on Windows 10 computer.
This article is all about how to set any GIF as wallpaper on Windows 10. I hope this article helped you! Please share it with your friends also. If you have any doubts about this, let us know in the comment box below.