After you have set your desktop up you may want to have wallpapers that change after a set time and a choice that you have made. Follow these steps to make this happen on your desktop.
Click on User Files this will fetch up a Files Manager then click on File System on the right panel column. Then on each folder
double clicking usr > share > backgrounds > xfce
The Files Manager will have a title of /usr/share/backgrounds/xfce/
You will see all the wallpapers. That are used to make the screen background.
Go to top Black Line then on File then Open as Administrator enter your password.
The Files Manager will be marked with a yellow bar with Warning you are using the root account you may harm your system
Now only the Root Files Manager will allow you to delete and paste in this Folder as you are Root in this Files Manager.
You will now add another wallpaper in the Root Files Manager.
Then click on the Files Manager icon on the bottom panel to get up another File Manager click on your username on the left panel column. Then on each folder double clicking home> username > Pictures.
The Files Manager will be titled /home/username/Pictures/
Click to enter your Picture folder where you have your Windows 10 wallpaper right click on the image and copy the image and then paste into the Root File Manager the image will be added to all the other
images. If you want this to be shown first rename it to 1st Picture. It should then be shown first unless you select show random.
On the File Manager titled /home/username/Pictures/
Click on File System on the left panel column. Then on each folder double clicking usr > share > backgrounds
Go to top Black Line then on File then Open as Administrator enter password The Files Manager will be marked with a yellow bar with Warning you are using the root account you may harm your system You can delete and paste in this Folder as it is a root Files Manager. Right click on the window and create a folder called Changes. Enter this folder which will be empty.
Now go to your first Root Files Manager with all the wallpapers then copy an image you like and paste into your second Root Files Manager in the window of the open Changes folder. Repeat this until you have as many wallpapers as you want to be displayed according to the time you set in the Desktop Window.
When you have finished you can run them by going to the Desktop Window and at the Folder: Pictures. Change this dropdown menu from Pictures to Others then usr > share> backgrounds >Changes
Click the button Change the background select the minutes between changes, then select whether you want a random selection then click on x Close.