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I read here that deleting the themes folder it will get remade with the new images, and it worked.
So these are the steps I followed to get everything set up already back to normal: At the beginning it'll show what your previous desktop image was but after loading all the information you just go to the Wallpaper section and you'll see that the new image will be there. Well, after posting the question I noticed that the wallpaper toolset could be an option to recreate the images folder (I tried a few times before with the folder full and it didn't work). I reenabled the wallpaper toolset, forced to close Bing Desktop, deleted the image folder, reopened the app, the folder was recreated but it was empty as expected, pressed the refresh button on the toolset and the wallpapers started to appear, even the wallpaper selector was updated (previously appeared with [X] where the images should appear).
Update: it seems like it's also important to erase the folder It happened to me once, and I simply deleted Bing Desktop, rebooted, ran CCleaner, rebooted again, then re-installed Bing, and it's been fine ever since...
But there is a workaround, I found so far to suppress this problem and that is to force app.
If it is not appearing instantaneously, just for 2-5 seconds, and it will be refreshed.
Bing Desktop provides an automatic update of the Windows Desktop Background image to the Bing home page image each day.