Windows 11 Copilot AI Bloom wallpaper

Download Windows 11 Bloom Copilot-inspired wallpaper for ARM AI PCs

UPDATED 5/24/2024: Microsoft is adding a new default wallpaper for the new ARM-based AI PCs, and you can download it for your Windows 11 (or 10) desktop.

On May 20, 2024, the software giant is holding an important media event to launch a new era of computers powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon X Series processors that, for the first time, will unlock true all-day battery life, new AI capabilities with built-in NPU, and unmatch performance even on the most advanced Apple silicon (on its category), and these devices will ship with a new variant of the Bloom wallpaper. 

Although Bloom is identical to the original design, the new variant infuses the same color patterns as the Copilot icon, which makes the wallpaper more colorful.

The new wallpaper hasn’t officially been announced or published. Instead, it was leaked online through a private message in a Windows Insider Telegram group and quickly published by X user @cadenzza_.

It is unclear whether Microsoft will make this more colorful Bloom wallpaper available for everyone, but you can use the link below to find and download it on your computer.

You can even download an 8K resolution version of the wallpaper.

Although it’s not official, this wallpaper may be the default for the new Surface Pro and Laptop that Microsoft plans to announce during its press event, as well as for new ARM PCs from other manufacturers like Lenovo and Samsung.

Once you download the images, open Settings > Personalization > Background, select the “Picture” option in the “Personalize your background” setting, and then click the “Browse Photos” button to select the image you want to set as a desktop background. You can use these instructions if you don’t have an activated version of Windows 11.

You can also try downloading the Windows 365 default wallpapers. Or the colorful Bloom wallpapers available on Surface Laptop 5.

Furthermore, as part of the Windows Server 2025 update, the company introduced two other variants of the original Bloom, which you can download from this page.

Update May 23, 2024: This guide has been updated with new sources to download the background images.

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