Free desktop background/wallpaper to organize digital files

Hey loves!

Is your computer desktop cluttered with files and folders like mine? In the spirit of getting organized, I made a desktop background with spaces to put specific folders and files. I tend to put time sensitive material on the desktop to save time, but eventually it looks like an embarrassing mess!

I am sharing this background with you for free! All you have to do is save it onto your computer and set it as your desktop background image.

I designed it for my Macbook pro, for the best resolution setting of 1440×900 pixels. You can change your screen resolution by going into “System Preferences” then clicking on the monitor icon titled, “Display.” I believe the default resolution on a Macbook pro is 1280×800 px. You will be amazed at the difference!

Just click on the image, it will open in another window, right click, and “Save As” to save it.

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To-do, In progress, and Reference spaces for organizing desktop.
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To-do, In progress, and Reference spaces for organizing desktop with quote.

I actually made two backgrounds. One with the organizational spaces, and a second one with a quote on the right. The quote reads:

“The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret of getting started is breaking your complex overwhealming tasts into small manageable tasks, and then starting on the first one.” –Mark Twain

“Like” this post and leave a comment if you downloaded the background or want to see more posts like this!

-xo maria

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