How to Change Windows 10 Login Screen Image | Tips & Tricks | Latest Technology News- Prosyscom

How to Change Windows 10 Login Screen Image | Tips & Tricks | Latest Technology News

The is the first thing you see when you open 10. In a way, it’s your little window into your experience, so you want to make it look good.

It used to be unusually complicated to the login screen from the default one Windows 10 chose for you, but now it’s become a whole lot easier thanks to a little workaround that’s integrated right into the OS. In this quick article we’ll show you how to your Windows 10 login screen .

1. First up, right-click an empty space on the desktop and click “Personalize.”

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2. Next, click “Lock screen” in the pane on the left (yes, we know this isn’t the same as the login screen – bear with us!), then under the “Background” dropdown menu you can choose between three options for your lock screen image:

  • Windows spotlight will show you a different pretty image each day courtesy of Microsoft.
  • Picture lets you select a specific image to have on your lock screen.
  • Slideshow lets you select a folder (or folders) where your login screen will cycle through the images (you can press ‘Advanced slideshow settings’ to fine-tune how the image slideshow will work.)

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Once you’ve selected the background you want for your lock screen, scroll down in the lock screen window to the option that says “Show lock screen background picture on the sign-in screen.” Click the slider to “On,” and your login screen will now have the same image as your lock screen, which you can control from this window!

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That’s all you need to do to change your login screen and have Windows greet you each day with exactly the image you want. If you want to do more personalization to your Windows 10 desktop, check out our guide on how to set the daily Bing wallpaper as your Windows desktop background.

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