Friday Favorite: ‘Fall into a Good Book’ – Free Download!

October 17th, 2014


The leaves are changing, the air is turning cooler, and the football season is well underway. Hooray for all things fall! In celebration of a new season, we created a fun, fall-themed background for your computer and phone! And did we mention it’s FREE?! Find your screen resolution, click the corresponding image to open in a new tab, right click on the full-size image and select ‘download’ or ‘save as’ to save to your computer. Set as your background and enjoy!

Not sure what your computer’s resolution is? Click here. Need more help? More instructions for setting your computer background can be found below.


1024 x 768


1280 x 1024


1280 x 800


1366 x 768


1440 x 900


iPhone 4


iPhone 5


iPhone 6


iPhone 6 Plus


Galaxy s4


Galaxy s5


Mac Background How-To:

Right click any open part of the desktop.
Choose Change Desktop Background.
Find the folder where you saved the image and click on the image thumbnail to select for background.


From the Apple menu, choose System Preferences.
In the window, click Desktop & Screen Saver, then click the Desktop tab to display just the desktop preferences.
Select Choose Folder, navigate to and select the folder that contains your image, and click Choose.

Windows Background How-To:

In Windows Vista and Windows 7, you can change the background by doing the following steps:
Right click any open part of the desktop.
Click personalize.
Click Desktop Background.
Click browse.
Find the location of the picture you want to use, put a check mark in the picture.

iPhone Background How-To:

Save the image to your phone.
Go to Settings.
Tap Wallpapers & Brightness.
Choose the image.
When you select the image you want, you can choose to use it for the Home screen, Lock screen, or both.

Galaxy Background How-To:

Press and hold your finger on a clear area of the home screen for a moment.
Tap Set wallpaper on the pop-up window that appears
Tap Home screen, Lock screen, or Home and lock screen as desired
Tap your wallpaper source. Gallery will let you look through your entire library of images, including camera, saved pictures, and screenshots.
When picking from the gallery, set the appropriate cropping by tapping and dragging the boxes.The outlines show how much of the image will be visible when the phone is held upright or sideways.
Tap Done in the top-right when you’re happy with the crop scheme.

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Elizabeth Hanson

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Elizabeth is the Chick of All Trades here at Litfuse. When she is not managing the blogger base or designing graphics for Litfuse clients, you might find with her head in a book or camera in hand, or you just may find her exploring the outdoors, making a mess with a new craft, or experimenting in the kitchen.