After installing Windows 10, you might be one of those hopeful to see the new desktop wallpaper image Microsoft provided that was created with light, lasers, and projectors, but it's just not displaying for you.
Or, maybe you want to turn off the background image altogether because it's just too distracting.
Getting ready to build and test Windows 10 desktop PCs?
This lab shows you the steps to take to make and deploy Windows images.
To be on the safe side you may want to restore your system back to the earliest available restore point.
You will, however, have to reinstall any software or updates that you installed after the selected restore point.
But I can only select - either only 1 wallpaper picture - or a folder, where all pictures are used as wallpaper set (I can't any more just select only certain pictures of pictures in a folder, not showing them all as wallpapers) So like in earlier Windows I could have wallpaper-pictures collection on just one folder and just select certain pictures among them to be used as wallpapers, and easily change, which pics to select.
Now, to change wallpaper-pictures set in use, I have to copy from / move to pictures from that folder that Windows 10 uses as wallpaper pictures set.
There are also a number of common “gotchas” to watch out for and to avoid.
Building and maintaining corporate desktop images is a core IT task, but it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Most large organizations have hundreds of desktop images they have created and use for deployment.
There are a number of reasons why a single organization would create so many images.
If you're an OEM, you can also use the Express Deployment Tool (EDT) to build a custom Windows deployment.
The EDT simplifies the process of installing and configuring Windows for a consistent brand and customized end-user experience.