1. sheltonsl's Avatar
    Dell Latitude 5480, Windows 10
    Years ago, I set the lock screen image on my work laptop to point to a personal photo rather than use a windows-provided one. Now that I have to turn in the laptop, I want to retrieve that image, but it is not located in the "normal" lock-screen images directory. Nor do any Searches of my machine (kind:=Picture, Show hidden files is checked) find it. I'm at a loss as to where it could be. Any ideas? I have to turn in the laptop in a few weeks and hate to leave without that image (my kitty who passed in 2018).
    02-12-2020 12:41 PM
  2. Ryujingt3's Avatar
    We have to save the kitty picture (RIP).

    Does this help you?

    https://superuser.com/questions/1126...-on-windows-10
    02-17-2020 10:58 PM

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