Windows 10: Modify Splash Screen Solved

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    Windows 10 Pro, Version 1809, Build 17763.1
       21 Oct 2015 #1

    Modify Splash Screen

    Hi All,
    Does anyone in here know how to modify / disable this:

    I see it when I first boot up my Windows 10 Pro laptop, I went into msconfig under the 'boot' tab and checked the
    ' No GUI boot ' box, now at least I no longer see the circle of spinning white dots, now all I still see is the blue windows logo. There MUST be someway to modify this area. Upon researching this first via google, this image seems to be actually associated with windows 8 / 8.1 .
    P.S. Just for reference..I'm currently running Windows 10 Pro Insider Edition - Build # 10565
    Update: I found a solution on my own to correct my issue, I remembered I had used a third party software offering previously, so now with even a newer version than I had used worked GREAT ! I'm surely NOT wanting to be banned here in the I didn't know if it would be OK to post a 'link' or not. But I can & will tell you the name of the software that I used successfully, ( Winaero ). And actually, there is an additional offering that is very similar ( Ultimate Windows Tweaker 4 For Windows 10 ), both of these are free offering's .
    Last edited by Davy49; 22 Oct 2015 at 04:55.
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