Windows 10: Can't change lock screen image upon startup
Can't change lock screen image upon startup
I can change the lock screen image from Settings > Lock Screen without any problems and when I lock the computer my intended lock screen image is the one I chose, but when I boot the computer up or sign out the lock screen image is always some default W10 image.
I'm using W10 Home with the latest updates. I have the background on the lock screen settings page as "picture".
I've read that there's actually two separate lock screens: a default/welcome lock screen and a user lock screen. I'm guessing the one on startup and after a sign out is the default/welcome lock screen, but I can't find how to change it.
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