Whether you like it or not, Windows Media Player is part of every edition and version of Windows operating system, and is one of the widely used media players on the planet. A lot Windows users use the native Media Player not just because it’s the default player but also because it sports an easy-to-use interface and decent set of features.
Long time Windows users who have upgraded to Windows 7 must have noticed that the Windows Media Player 12 in Windows 7 carries the same interface of WMP11 in Vista. If you use the library feature in Windows Media player and would like to set your custom picture as library background, it’s now possible to do so without playing with the original system file.
We have already shown you how to enable and use all six hidden library backgrounds available in Windows Media Player 12. This time around, we have a cool tool to share with you that lets you set your picture as Windows Media Player 12 library background.
WMP12 Library Background Changer has been updated to version 2.0 and it now enables you set a custom wallpaper as WMP library background in Windows 7.
There is an interesting and useful function available in this fantastic tool. Replace with wallpaper option allows you set your current desktop wallpaper as your WMP library background. Other than custom wallpapers, you can also enable and set hidden library backgrounds using this utility. Simply use Restore button to revert to the original system file and library background.