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Download the beautiful Canopee wallpaper for KDE Plasma 5.9

KDE Plasma 5.9 Canopee wallpaper
Figure 1: Canopee: Wallpaper for KDE Plasma 5.9

If you use a KDE desktop, there’s a brand new wallpaper that you may download. Designed for KDE Plasma 5.9, it’s called the Canopee. To download it, click here, then right-click on the image and select Save Image As….

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Follow these steps to make it your KDE desktop’s new wallpaper.

Right click on the desktop and select Configure Desktop from the context menu. In the window that opens, click on the Open button, then select the image you downloaded.

KDE Plasma 5 wallpaper
Figure 2: KDE Plasma 5 wallpaper configuration

Select the image, then click Apply. Enjoy your new wallpaper. To read about how this beautiful wallpaper was made, click here.

Canopee wallpaper KDE Plasma 5
Figure 3: Adding Canopee wallpaper to KDE Plasma 5

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