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    I have 3 displays, running Windows 10. The background picture slideshow is fantastic. I have thousands of pictures from many years. Sometimes a picture pops up that is awesome and I want to go find it, but I have no idea what I named it or when it was taken so it is impossible to search. Conversely, sometimes a terrible picture pops up that needs to be deleted. I don't know where to find it. Is there a way to display the file name and/or location? I've read posts about the screensaver file names, but I can't find anything about the background photo slideshow file names. Thanks in advance for any helpful information.
    02-20-2018 10:28 AM

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