When we use any application or even an operating system, whether mobile devices such as Android or from desktop computers such as Windows. We think that its different functions or characteristics can only be used in the way they were created. But it turns out that nowadays it is not like that and we can use it for a different purpose. Next we will show you How to put Spotlight images as desktop background in Windows 10.
For those who do not know, Windows Spotlight is a new feature in Windows 10 that allows you to display various images on the lock screen. These images have a very good quality and offer us different themes. And we have always wondered if it will be possible to put the desktop background in Windows 10 Spotlight images.
Well, the answer is yes, but it turns out to be a somewhat difficult operation due to not knowing what the final whereabouts of these images are. And also that the sources of these images are also very varied. And being able to do this will not be as simple as customizing the theme and desktop background in Windows 10.
How to put Spotlight images as desktop background in Windows 10
But because tenth that this task is a bit difficult, it may not be difficult but a bit tedious because if we know where Windows 10 save these images. They will not have an extension and we will have to carry out this work of putting an image extension on each one and this may take us some time.
But we are going to tell you that this arduous task can be automated, through the use of a Script which will do all the work for us. What does this mean, simply that the script will go directly where Windows 10 stores these images and will put a extension each one and then save it in another folder.
This script already has a default configuration to save the images in a specific path and we can change it. The default path is the folder Pictures> Wallpaper> Spotlight and save it to a OneDrive folder. In order to make this change of route we are going to go to line number 6 and here we place the one of our preference.
How to Make Spotlight Images Display Automatically
But you should know that Windows Spotlight New images are added every day and these will not be available to be used as wallpaper. So what can we do, quiet we can also make the script perform this task. For this we are going to use an xml file and with it we are going to create a scheduled task in Windows.
After we have downloaded the file, we are going to open the task scheduler Windows 10, then we will look for the Import task option and we will click. Then we select the downloaded file, the next step we must do is choose the Triggers tab and in it we are going to place the tempo at which we want the script to be executed.
Once this is done, we are going to go to the Actions tab and we are going to choose an entry, then we will edit it. Then in the Program / Script section, we are going to click on Browse and we are going to choose the script that we had already downloaded before. Finally, we will only have to click on Save and we will leave.
The last step will be to go to the Setting, In this window we select Customize and then in the Background section we are going to click on slideshow. The next thing we must do is select the path where we have indicated that the Spotlight images are saved and that’s all you have to do.
It is a simple operation to perform but a bit tedious but it is worth it, having these images so dazzling that the application shows us. And if you follow these instructions to the letter you will be able to set desktop background in Windows 10 Spotlight images.