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Wallpaper slide show - file identification
I have a Windows 7 desktop background slide show set to a folder with over 600 photos (mostly downloaded from NASA site) cropped to my screen size. I wonder if there is some way to identify a photo (file name) when it is showing as the background. I know it is easy when only one photo is selected for the wallpaper. When people walk by and ask what's the photo, I search and search in the folder trying to find it. There must be an easier way.
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