Microsoft brings Bakehouse Windows 10 Theme especially for you. This comprises of 5-set of desktop wallpapers consisting cartoonish bread, pastry characters and many more. It is created by Wang & Hsueh Shih. This theme is available free of cost and is for wallpaper purpose only. Try this out and provide a new look to your desktop screen.
The size of this theme is approx. 2.09 MB, thus it would take very less space of the memory storage. If you download as well as install this theme using your “Microsoft account“, then you get the ability to use it further at least on ten Windows 10 devices. To install or know more about this, just go through the below-mentioned procedure.
How to download Bakehouse Windows 10 Theme
Here is how to download and set Bakehouse Windows 10 Theme on your system –
Step-1: Go to the taskbar and click on the Microsoft Store icon as shown in the below screenshot.
Step-2: When the Store window appears up, type Bakehouse in the search box. Here select the Bakehouse app from the list.
Step-3: On the succeeding page, click on the Get button present at the right-hand side.
Step-4: If the prompt opens up asking you to sign into your “Microsoft Account”, provide the details. In case, you don’t prefer to log in with your account, click No thanks in order to proceed further.
Note – In case you are unable to find the app in Store, click on this link. It will immediately open Microsoft Store webpage displaying the app details. Click Get button and it will launch the Store app.
Step-5: Wait till the whole file gets downloaded. Once finished, click on the Apply button on the same page (See snapshot).
Step-6: Subsequently Themes Settings page will appear on the screen. Switch to the right pane, select Bakehouse and press Enter to apply the same.
Step-7: Finally, go to the desktop and enjoy the exciting set of wallpapers.
Minimum Prerequisite for Bakehouse Windows 10 Theme
To enjoy this theme to its fullest features, your system must meet these necessary requirements:
- The Windows 10 OS version installed on your PC should be 14951.0 or higher.
- Your computer’s architect must support either x86, x64 or ARM.