Download KDE Plasma 5.9 Default Wallpaper

Plasma 59 Default Wallpaper

KDE's Plasma 5.9 desktop was recently released, featuring a lot of changes. Along with many user interface and functionality improvements, it comes with a new default wallaper. Here is how to download it.

The new background image used by default in Plasma 5.9 is known as Canopee. It is a French name, which means "canopy". Here is how it looks:

The image fits the modern look of KDE 5 and reminds you of images which are now common for the material-style design in modern user interfaces.

The wallpaper can be downloaded from KDE's github, using the repository of Breezy, the new default appearance of Plasma.

Download KDE Plasma 5.9 Default Wallpaper

The image is available in different dimensions, starting from 1024 x 768 all the way up to 3840 x 2160. Download the images you want.

  1. Click the link to the image with the desired dimensions.
  2. On the next page, click the "plain" link.
  3. Save the image to any folder you want.
  4. Repeat these steps for other image resolutions you need to download.

Personally, I prefer another set of wallpapers which were used in KDE.

It is available here:

Download default wallpapers from KDE 5 Plasma Workspace

The image called "Green Leaves" is one of my favorite desktop backgrounds.

Do you like the default Plasma 5.9 wallpaper? Tell us in the comments.

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