Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2011


Tribute To Lennon

“I decided to make a tribute to a great singer and peace keeper because my dad was a fan of John Lennon and the Beatles, and while I was a child I’ve consumed the art of music more then any other art! This work is also for school, and I expect to have a good final average and become a graduate graphic designer! Peace.” Designed by Daniel Faria from Portugal.

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Autumn Grunge

“Autumn Grunge is a simple wallpaper that is heavily textured and helps you to embrace the fall.” Designed by Colin Whitehurst from Philippines.

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October Faces

“In a nice Sunday morning excursion I collected the most cute and fun natures presents of Autumn — chestnuts! With a spare pen drew faces on them for fun… and then, my idea was born! They are my October faces ;).” Designed by Alkminnie Nestoridou from Greece.

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Halloween Spooky Background

“Spooky Cartoon Halloween wallpapers for October holidays with vintage texture.” Designed by Benoit Chartron from France.

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Singing Masters

“I found this passage long ago in a very old book of poetry. It brings to my mind the images of October — haunted graves, rusty iron gates, ravens, and bonfires.” Designed by Heather St. Marie from USA.

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Ghost Halloween

Designed by Tiago Santos from Portugal.

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Save Water Drink Rain

Designed by Marika Smirnova from Russia.

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October Apples

“A simple beautiful photo for an elegant country-inspired desktop.” Designed by Greyarea Snc from Italy.

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Crystal Nature

“This October you can let your imagination guide you through places that never existed — or maybe they do exist behind our screens!” Designed by Isaac Zakar from Greece.

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Frisbee Tribute

“I love frisbee. Spending time outdoors, on a sunny day, throwing the disk with a couple of good friends makes me very happy. This wallpaper is my tribute to the disk! :).” Designed by Danijel Gajan from Serbia.

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Dark River

Designed by Michal Loboz from Poland.

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Sweet Monster

“Happy sweet monster special for Smashing Magazine’s readers.” Designed by Ryumina Elena from Russia.

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Colours Of Dream

“October for ComoYoDsg is a month of changes. Just this month my Web site is changing colours and layout. I want to share it with you with these wallpapers that form a part of my new design. Enjoy it!” Designed by Comoyodsg By Dovi Vausk from Spain.

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Design Is Life

“Design is Life with all its Patches & Shades in it. Design is so closely attached to everybody’s life with nature, lifestyle, fashion, trends and so many things around.” Designed by Lucky from India.

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“Autumn is the mushroom season. Be vigilant. Do not abuse.” Designed by Cheloveche.ru from Russia.

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This Is Halloween

“Scary bats and spiders, frightening skeletons, delicious candies and lollies and ominous black cats and carved pumpkins… All bundled up together and you have a perfect Halloween. Trick or treat!” Designed by Soraia Mendes from Portugal.

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Spectral Splendor

“A wide array of spectral colors break open, this October!” Designed by Sureshsathanur from India.

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Fallen Gold

“Elegant typography gracefully sits interlocked within a pile of golden autumnal leaves.” Designed by Dave Hewer from UK.

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Creepy October

Designed by Roland Szabó from Hungary.

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Pale Docktober

Designed by Andreas Sofantzis from Greece.

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“The celebration wallpaper has flowers, sprinkles of vibrant colors and sparkles of fire crackers depicting Diwali on the 26th, the biggest festival of indians in the month of October brings in joy and happiness, peace and harmony.” Designed by Hiren Rawal from India.

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Autumn Retreat

“A simple autumn we’d all like to enjoy.” Designed by Allen from USA.

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Pretty Autumn

“”I cannot endure to waste anything as precious as autumn sunshine by staying in the house. So I spend almost all the daylight hours in the open air.”- Nathaniel Hawthorne”.” Designed by Barney from Hungary.

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The Undertaker

“This is a photograph a “Felt Creature” that my sister made. I took this photo for her website and I thought it would make an excellent Halloween themed calendar for October!” Designed by Stuart Hamilton from Northern Ireland.

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Chorapo’s Famous Stew And Tacos

“A typographic treat from your favourite October slashers!” Designed by Ryan From Embarkr from USA.

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King Sorrow

Designed by Ladell Bryson from USA.

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“This is my tribute to the awesome and beautiful designed videogame “Limbo”. Enjoy and share if you like this drawing.” Designed by Jonas Duri.

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15 Comments to “Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2011”

  • Jason M August 14, 2013 at 7:44 pm

    I have a decent laptop computer but my desktop is obsolete. I use the desktop for homeowner business, paying bills, letter writing, storing and processing photos. I am not a gamer and don’t need space on my desk. Am I dumb for still wanting a desktop computer in this age of wireless networks?

  • Wooooody August 19, 2013 at 8:58 pm

    How do I tranfer files from a desktop pc that is broken and can’t be turned on, to a laptop without taking the hardrive out of the desktop pc’s casing. Both are windows vista.

  • lucasg615 August 24, 2013 at 6:45 pm

    Our home currently has two laptops and a desktop. Our internet and wifi is through the desktop. How can I eliminate the desktop computer all together.

  • Motordom August 25, 2013 at 7:54 pm

    How does the windows remote desktop connection work?

    Like if i remote on my laptop to my desktop will i be able to see whatever is on my desktop screen?

    I want to be able to log into a game remotely from my laptop.

    What program would be the best for this?

  • kewlflame14 September 17, 2013 at 9:34 pm

    The model number of the desktop is
    It is a 2005 xp media center edition.
    I have already installed windows xp but I am missing the recovery disks. Thanks again for your help.

  • Armas September 20, 2013 at 7:13 pm

    I am trying to set up a desktop icon that I can click to run a command prompt “del” on a folder located in My Documents. Is this possible?

  • ScRSC October 7, 2013 at 2:56 pm

    I have a laptop and a desktop computer networked and homegrouped. If I want to transfer a file from one to the other, I have to go through a few documents folders and such.

    How do I send a file from one computer directly to the desktop of the other?

  • Mackenzie P October 8, 2013 at 8:02 pm

    I have many documents on my desktop that I want to put into one file and leave on my desktop, but my computer has only Chinese characters, and I don’t read Chinese.

  • Jesse October 19, 2013 at 7:15 am

    I have a desktop in the first floor of my house, and another in my basement. The Internet is wired from outside to my basement, and I wondered how I could connect the upstairs desktop to the internet without a cable.

  • shahedC November 5, 2013 at 2:34 pm

    In other words, can an $800 desktop outperform a $2000 laptop or is a $2000 laptop = $2000 desktop? If the previous is true, why don’t I just by a cheap notebook and settle for a gaming desktop right?

    Anyway, how BAD IS IT REALLY?

  • Roflcopter November 6, 2013 at 12:13 pm

    I have files to transfer from my old desktop to my new laptop. I’ve been told that an external hard drive is the way to go, but is there anything specific I should look for? I know that there is desktop and portable hard drives, but what’s the difference and is the desktop movable at all?

  • white man November 14, 2013 at 2:45 am

    I have a desktop computer and a wireless router, but don’t want to purchase another router. How do I connect it to my existing router. Bear in mind, my router is in the next room, so connection strength is not a problem. Thanks for any help.

  • henryshensbcglobalnet November 15, 2013 at 12:37 pm

    I have a desktop and a laptop. How can I connect my desktop to the laptop so that laptop’s screen depicts the contents of the desktop? By the way, i don’t want to do it through the internet – it is just that the monitor that I was using for my desktop got broken and now I want to use my laptop as a monitor (screen) for my desktop.

  • Xbox Gamer November 24, 2013 at 3:10 am

    I’m sick of all these so called remote desktop programs and stuff that never work. Can ANYONE AT ALL please tell me how to connect to a remote desktop? I need to connect to a computer in MO from my computer here in KY. Both are running Windows Vista. I do not want anything that costs money to buy because none of them that I tried so far even work like they advertise.

  • nmlpc November 26, 2013 at 10:37 am

    I am a frequent traveler and most of the times, I need to access my desktop documents. But during my travel i find it difficult to access the documents stored in the desktop. Can someone suggest a way to have access to my desktop files even during my travel?