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We created this site to pay homage to all the beautiful women on the internet. This site was also created to bring all the best wallpapers to you without any redirects or popups to just make money.

Our site is setup so you get what you search for and no added malicious redirects, spam, or other valuable offers like "You are the 1 millionth person to visit this site so enter your bank account info to collect your free diamond mine!"

Although to be truly transparent at some point we might have to add some banners to cover our hosting costs. I can guarantee you that there will not be any of that other garbage on our site!

Our website is packed with collected wallpapers full of Fashion Models, Celebrities, Actresses, and Pornstars.

We have a list huge list of names you will recognise from years past to present.
We have a large collection of swimsuit, lingerie, multi-colored images, black & white images, and also vintage wallpapers. 

We are unique by giving you the option to download wallpapers by offering you many different image sizes from small all the way up to ultrawide.

Our site is working hard to bring you new wallpapers everyday from all over the globe, so check back for more images daily.

We will soon add a process to allow you to add your favorite wallpapers and share images with your friends through all online mediums or your own private collections.

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If you have any vital statistics about any of the models listed on our site please let us know by submitting the models Information in the link below. If you are a model on our site or wish to be added to our site please contact us and we will be happy to publish your information and some of your images!
We find a lot of models which we would love to add to our site but cannot find any information about them so if you are a model it's a free advertisement for you if you contact us and give us your information!
We are looking for date of birth, country of birth, measurements, and a short biography to add to your page. We would consider it an honor to add you to our site so please contact us!

CLICK HERE --> Model Information Submission Form

We now have made it possible for you to upload your images into our Community gallery! If you are a model and looking for free advertisement or just a fan of beautiful women you can now upload your images to our site. If you have already registered as a user you might need to re-register for the system to add your own gallery.

All you need to do is just register as a user and go to the Community gallery then upload your images that is it, easy. Learn how easy it is below.

CHICK HERE --> Model Images Submission!


 

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The X Window System was one of the earliest systems to include support for an arbitrary image as wallpaper via the xsetroot program, which at least as early as the X10R3 release in 1985 could tile the screen with any solid color or any binary-image X BitMap file. In 1989, a free software program called xgifroot was released that allowed an arbitrary color GIF image to be used as wallpaper, and in the same year the free xloadimage program was released which could display a variety of image formats (including color images in Sun Rasterfile format) as the desktop background. Subsequently, a number of programs were released that added wallpaper support for additional image formats and other features, such as the xpmroot program (released in 1993 as part of fvwm) and the xv software (released in 1994). The original Macintosh operating system only allowed a selection of 8×8-pixel binary-image tiled patterns; the ability to use small color patterns was added in System 5 in 1987. MacOS 8 in 1997 was the first Macintosh version to include built-in support for using arbitrary images as desktop pictures, rather than small repeating patterns.

 

Windows 3.0 in 1990 was the first version of Microsoft Windows to come with support for wallpaper customization, and used the term "wallpaper" for this feature. Although Windows 3.0 only came with 7 small patterns (2 black-and-white and 5 16-color), the user could supply other images in the BMP file format with up to 8-bit color (although the system was theoretically capable of handling 24-bit color images, it did so by dithering them to an 8-bit palette).[4] to provide similar wallpaper features otherwise lacking in those systems. A wallpaper feature was added in a beta release of OS/2 2.0 in 1991. Due to the widespread use of personal computers, some wallpapers have become immensely recognizable and gained iconic cultural status. Bliss, the default wallpaper of Microsoft Windows XP has become the most viewed photograph of the 2000s.

 

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