March 2022, you sure snuck up on me! I’m really looking forward to spring and changing out my laptop and phone wallpapers.
This month I’m sharing 57 different designs in Sunday and Monday starts plus no-calendar options for both phone and desktop.
There are so any options – colorful, neon, architecture, neutral, beach, landscape, plants, and sooo much more.
Let’s peruse the 57 free Sunday start options first.
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See any March 2022 wallpapers that you love? I sure hope so!
If you’re more into phone calendar wallpapers, scroll below to view all 55 of those!
Keep scrolling to see the no-calendar desktop and phone designs. I told you – there are soooo many options!
And now HERE’S a look at the no-calendar desktop options! Most of the time I choose to use the no-calendar options on my personal and work laptops and phone.
And lastly, the no-calendar phone options.
What do you think? I hope you found one or two that you LOVE? 🙂
I LOVEEE seeing them out in the wild on your screens, so please tag me on Pinterest, Instagram, and Facebook. To pin, hover over any photo on this page in the top left corner and click the pin button.
If you’re looking for more freebies, I share LOTS more here.
I am also offering 250 FREE 2022 printable wall calendars!
How to set up desktop background on a Mac
Choose Apple () menu > System Preferences, then click Desktop & Screen Saver. From the Desktop tab, select a folder of images on the left, then click an image on the right. Desktop & Screen Saver preferences window To add a folder of your own images, click the Add button below the list of folders. For more information about the settings in this window, click the question-mark icon in the corner of the window.
How to set up desktop background in Windows
The simplest way to set a picture as the desktop wallpaper is to open it so that you can see the image, and then right-click it to choose Set as desktop background. This option is also available when you right-click the picture file in Windows Explorer – you don’t even have to open the picture to set it as the desktop background.