Windows 10: Windows Spotlight images suddenly stopped appearing on login screen

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       18 Oct 2017 #31

    dalchina said: View Post
    It's a bit hit and miss in my experience. Sometimes from restart I see the spotlight image (but no option to like it or not) and more often a picture. A case of spot(light) the difference maybe?
    This seems to have been changed/fixed in the Fall Creators Update. I now reliably see the current Spotlight picture on a restart or a cold start in 1709.

    BTW, if you ever do see the default Windows start up picture, it's not the 'cave' any more. The built-in pictures are found in C:\Windows\Web\Screen. The 'cave' is still there, but the default now appears to be img103.png - a lake in the mountains (the 'cave' is img100.png).
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  2.    18 Oct 2017 #32

    What-- progress? Wow.. have we moved on from cave dwellers and pre-history? Great!
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