How to Find and Save Windows Spotlight Background Images in Windows 10
InformationWindows spotlight is a feature that provides a service driven personalized stream of information on your lock screen for you.
For example, Windows spotlight will display different backgrounds daily that you can select that you like or don't like to help train the service to show you images you like. You could also see and try previews of other Windows features and experiences to help let you know about them.
You may wish to save and keep these Windows spotlight images in a folder on your computer, and use them as your desktop background, sign-in screen background, etc...
This tutorial will show you how to find and save the Windows spotlight background images displayed on your lock screen in Windows 10.
EXAMPLE: Windows spotlight on lock screen
1. Copy and paste the folder location below in the address bar of File Explorer, and press Enter to open the Assets folder.
NoteThe folder location below is revealed in the LandscapeAssetPath string value in the registry key below.
2. Select all items in the Assets folder, and copy them all to another folder (ex: %UserProfile%\Pictures) of your choice. (see screenshot below)
3. Open the folder (ex: %UserProfile%\Pictures) you save the items into, click/tap on the File tab, click/tap on Open command prompt, and click/tap on Open command prompt. (see screenshot below)
4. Type the command below in the command prompt, press Enter, and close the command prompt when finished. This will rename all items in the folder to add the .jpg file extension. (see screenshot below)
ren * *.jpg
5. Add the Dimensions column to the folder (ex: %UserProfile%\Pictures) you saved the items to. Change the folder view to sort by the Dimensions detail in descending order. (see screenshot below step 6)
6. You will notice that the Windows spotlight images will have a different dimension for PC and mobile. You can delete the ones you don't want to keep saved. (see screenshot below)
7. Here are only the PC 1920 x 1080 Windows spotlight images shown in Extra large icons layout view. (see screenshot below)
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