Windows 11 brings four new collections of desktop backgrounds

For the first time since Microsoft unveiled Windows 10, there’s a reason to be very excited. On June 24, Microsoft is set to talk about “what’s next for Windows,” and it is expected to be a huge virtual affair.

Why is this a big deal? Rumor has it that Microsoft could announce the long-rumored “Sun Valley” visual update for Windows. This is expected to deliver a sweeping user interface overhaul of Windows in a new version of the operating system that could be known as Windows 11.

We recently went hands-on with a leaked version of a build of Windows 11, which confirms not only the name but also some of the newest features.

A preview build for Windows 11 was leaked yesterday, giving us a glimpse of the new features and changes coming to Microsoft's next generation of Windows. One of these changes is new collections of default Windows backgrounds that can be selected for your desktop.

With Windows 11, Microsoft has revamped the default backgrounds with new 'Captured Motion', 'Flow', 'Glow', 'Sunrise' collections while removing the Flowers and Windows 10 default backgrounds.

New installations of Windows 11 will now use the following default background, which comes in both a light and dark mode, as shown below.

The 'Captured Motion' collection shows a still frame of different shapes while they are in motion.

The 'Glow' collection is four wallpapers showing a circular object glowing in different colors.

Finally, the 'Sunrise' collection is a set of four wallpapers that show the sun rising over various scenic landscapes.

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